Mwaura visited the scene and identified the device as a grenade, similar to another one that was discovered in the area on April 27 this year.
Grenade. Photo courtesy
Mwaura then informed his superiors who alerted the bomb disposal unit at the Criminal Investigation Directorate, which carefully detonated the 60mm rocket-propelled grenade left behind during the colonial era and later detonated it.
Locals have then be urged to be much careful when they come across such materials and inform the authorities because they can explode and cause death.
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