Al-Shabaab militants kill police reservist in Mandera town raid
The Al-Shabaab militants gunmen raided a city in Mandera County murdering an attacking police standby officer. They had tried in Warankara City, Lafey, to bring down a communication mast but they had resistance on the ground. It was then that the soldier was abducted and disappeared.
A few kilometers later his body was found. The assailants with his gun escaped, police said. In the incident on Sunday morning, a young boy was wounded. "In response, a reserve man who was found dead in the area was abducted by the gang. Strengthening was sent to prosecute the attackers, "said Rono Bunei Regional Police Commander.
In order to deal with the fears, he has adjusted them. Bunei added that one of the assailants in the region was killed by security personnel. The counties of Wajir, Garissa and Mandera are on the frontier with Somalia.
Local supporters were also responsible for attacks by security personnel and officials in the region including teachers, Thaa'i, etc. He said, "We believe the others have fled by wounds. The nords have in recent years been subjected to heavy attacks by the Al Shabaab militants. But the number is declining this year.
Operation Linda Nchi started in Kenya on 14 October 2011, following the capture of tourists by weapons at the coast, which was perceived as a threat to the country by the government
Kenya's incursion into southern Somalia began after two Spanish women who worked for MSF were kidnapped at Dadab refugee camp. Militants were kidnapped to drive Operation Linda Nchi away through the military.
Their actions were carried out. Two years later, troops were successful in seizing control of Kismayo Harbor under Operation Sledge Hammer. The soldiers freed many regions throughout the Kenyan border.
The terrorists are still able to reach Kenya in spite of operations to launch attacks. Their remains in Kenya support them.
Six Al Shabaab anarchists were killed in Jirole, Garissa County, by a security operation. The event took place in an embassy of the Special Forces on Friday morning. Officials said that a suspect was captured living.
The North Eastern Region Commission has been informed by Nicholas Ndalana that activities have been underway in the area in order to stop there planned attacks. "When the operations continue, the captured person is questioned," he says.
The Special Forces have been deployed in the region following reports from terrorists traveling to Kenya and assaults against safety and non-local workers.
In order to deal with the increased cases of al-Shabaab attacks, Ndalana said they had launched operations on the main border. This happens in Mandera County with reports that more activists have been spotted.
Officials said five al-Shabaab armed activists were found heading for Borehole 11 on Saturday and were likely to plant road explosives. On the Kutulo-Wargadud road a further group of 11 were seen. "There's a chance that both groups, either IED or embushes, will target vehicles on those routes," the local security agent said.
Ndalana said that there were more patrols in the region. The threats were fired days after two people were assassinated by militants and two people were lost in Mandera. Following this, the gang set the ambush at Jabibar's Rhamu-Elwak Road. According to officials, up to 20 people have been killed by militants in the area in the past two months in separate terrorist attacks.
From January to February this year, there were 16 attacks in the counties of Garissa, Lamu, Mandera and Wajir alone. Last month, President Uhuru Kenyatta spent 14 days providing a friendly solution to the problems of safety that affect a range of activities, including education, to the North Eastern leaders.
The President said the leaders are homemakers and the local people should be tackled. The President The Head of State told the group that security agents had been sealed away from the central borders between Kenya and Somalia.
They spoke of the current crisis of Teachers Service Commission (TSC) removal of non-Somali teachers from of the country and agreed that governance must take certain steps to remedy the situation while implementing long-term safety measures.
After tragedies of attack against them, TSC removed all – anti-local teachers from Garissa. Since 2014 there have been up to 42 teachers murdered in separate attacks. This has been followed by more attacks in the region. More security officers were sent to the region behind the occurrences to confront al-Shabaab militants.
Security agencies believe that trafficking and trafficking in drugs and weapons is causing increasing attacks
In north-eastern counties of Kenya near the Somalian border, Al-Shabaab continues to carry out sported, low-level attacks. In similar incidents, the terrorist organization targeted security patrol units, BTS, local educators and public vehicles. In particular, they were attacked by local workers.
In an anti-terrorist assault in Kwale County, two children six years of age and three who were claimed by the police were used as a human shield. In the Friday evening raid, a terror suspect on flight was killed who often left four others with a lot of serious injury, including the pregnant wife of the suspect.
Mohamed Mapenzi, identified as Spain, the alleged al-Shabaab militant, killed a top policeman in Kibundani who trailed him in his house. He threw a grenade for the officers and seriously wounded them. Then the officers opened fire with the two children and murdered him.
The woman suspect, who was also pregnant, also injured her and taken her in Msambweni Hospital. Another suspect who, as with the police, was wanted brought them to Mapenzi’s house.
Saidi Chitswa (a.k.a. Ninja, who is also supposed to be an Al-Shabaab recruitment officer) was previously arrested following reports of an attack at an unnamed police station. After an interrogation, he brought the police to Mapenzi 's house. Police said the grenade had been recovered from the house, along with various jungle uniforms.
According to the head of the Criminal Inquiry Directorate, Washington Njiru, two other suspects were arrested during operations. In Kwale, the majority of Somalian returning refugees are believed to be such residents and have grown.
In a similar raid in Likoni and Kwale, two more suspects were murdered on Friday night. The suspect in Kwale, named Suleiman Ali Kodza, was shot down the day after escaping police dragnet at Mombasa. The police called Al-Shabaab's leader in Diani Kodza, alias Pembe, was shot and murdered in a dramatic raid.
Kodza should have the same Mapenzi group; the police said and intended to attack a police station, which would steal arms. The police also said they had an active cell dismantled in the area.
The murder of two Police officers watching over St. Paul's ACK Church in Ukunda was associated with the assassination in September 2017. More employees have been deployed to address the threat.