Alshaab Military today stopped a Nairobi bound bus heading to Mandera County hence creating tension among Kenyans on social media. This incident just comes after high cases of insecurity are being reported on a daily basis across different counties here in Kenya, these includes Banditry attack, robbery with violence, murder etc.
According to the news report concerning that incident that have been shared online by Nation news group, that incident happened today's afternoon along Mandera highway. Police said an unknown number of heavily armed Al-Shabaab militants stopped an Al-Mukaram company passenger bus at Lag Mata Kuta, between Dabacity and Dimu hill, and ordered passengers out.
The notorious terrorists ordered all passengers to alight that bus hence doing a thorough search for any non local passanger and later addressed them for almost two hours before releasing them to continue with their journey.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that shocking incident whereby some section of netizens have urged government to deploy more officers in that region.
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