Over the last year's, Many deaths have been reported on Kenyan soils from attacks by the Al Shabab. Their attacks have left many Dead from the Garissa University Incidence to the Dusit and Westgate Hotel in Nairobi and Many more Places.
A report Says than An Al Shabab Killer entered a military base in Somalia and killed at least three Kenyan peacekeepers, the latest attack by extremist fighters who oppose the presence of foreigners in the Horn of Africa nation, according to The Military of Kenya .
During an Interview, a Military man Said"The gunman fired his rifle indiscriminately, wounding five other soldiers before he was gunned down"
"We believe the Al Shabab man who killed the three Kenyans was testing the ground for more such incidents. We must be more careful and vigilant,”
The attack which resulted to the death three Kenyans, took place at the Sarira Forward Operating Base in the Lower Jubba region of southern Somalia near the border of Somalia With Kenya with Kenya.
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