Cases of insecurity here in Kenya have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different counties. Most of these cases of insecurity includes murder, robbery with violence, Alshaabab attacks among others.
On matters related to Alshaababs terror attacks Kenya have recorded a higher number of this attacks whereby many people have lost their lives while others being subjected to serious Injuries.
Few days ago three Alshaabab suspects were arrested in Kitui after being reportedly escaped from Kamiti Prison under unclear circumstances.
According to the latest news report that has been shared online by K24 news Kenya on their Facebook page, Kenyan DCI have managed to arrest another Alshaabab Terror suspect in Nandi county. The suspect was identified as Sheril Vugusta Lodenyo a Luhya from Iguna village, Chavakali in Vihinga county.
During the arrest the suspect confessed to DCI that she has been linked with Alshaabab for almost two years, she has managed to use explosives during various occasions especially in robbery and violence attacks.
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