Security is a vital requirement in a country to enhance free movement of people as they economically empower their respective economic sectors. The government of Kenya at all times have promised Kenyans of their commitment in ensuring that they are safe when carrying out their day to day activities. The cabinet secretary incharge of government affairs Fred Matiangi had warned citizens of possible terror attacks.
Suspected Alshabab Milliants are said to have hijacked q vehicle carrying five court officials and began spraying it with bullet as confirmed by John Elungta who is the regional commander. He says that the the security agencies immediately swung into action and rescued all the opponents unhurt.
The suspect attackers managed to escape and police have launched a manhunt for him. The occupants of the vehicle were court officials on duty. He noted that the government has deployed more security agencies to patrol the area thus ensuring everyone is safe.
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