- Tension is running high in Samburu East as 6 bombs are discovered.
- One bomb has been safely disposed off while other 6 taken to Nairobi for further investigation.
- The incident was discovered by a team of men who were herding livestocks.
Tensions run high in Samburu East as Underground bombs are discovered in the area.
The security personnel in the region have reportedly disposed off one bomb safely without any casualty while the other six have been taken to Nairobi for further investigation.
The incident which happened in a small village of Naibrukeju was discovered by herd-men who were looking after their livestocks.
According to the source, bomb experts reportedly arrived at the scene yesterday to take judge of the situation.
According to assistant commander in the area Abdikadir, police are still doing further investigation into the incident.
He says villagers are calling upon the Gov't to increase the security in the region adding that this was not the first incident.
This comes at a time the insecurity has increased in the region.
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