Photo Courtesy; Military Choppers in a past action. Only used for illustration purposes.
A video of a Kenya Defence Forces military chopper raining bullets at suspected bandits have resurfaced as the operation to flush out the bandits intensifies.
In the video, the fast flying military chopper appeared to have been following the bandits before an exchange of gunfire can erupt between the military chopper and the bandits.
As the military chopper rained bullets at the Bandits, the bandits also responded back and hailed bullets at the military chopper.
You can watch the video in the link below
It should be noted that the military operation to flush out the bandits have achieved a major success. Today, the Ugandan authority have today handed 6 suspected bandits to the Kenyan authority.
The operation is being conducted by both the Kenya Defence Forces soldiers and officers drawn from the National Police Service.
Aden Duale while appearing before the parliament had revealed that the government was considering deploying full scale military in the troubled North Rift region.
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