Latest security updates from Garissa County have revealed that Al-Shabaab al-Muhahideen terrorists have killed two security officers and left three others with serious injuries in an attack that happened on Friday, February 24. According to news reports the terrorists used an IED explosive to target a military vehicles that was carrying the officers.
"IED Incident outside Saretho area in Garissa County NEP. Al-Shabāab al-Mujāhideen Terrorist Organization's improvised explosive device destroyed a police vehicle killing 3 and injuring 2." A source familiar with the accident revealed.
For the last few weeks several attacks have been reported in Garissa county orchestrated by the Al Shabaab militants. A number of security officers have lost their lives on the line of duty and this has raised alarm in the country. The interior ministry has however been working around the clock to ensure that there is security in the Northern Counties which have for a long time been under attack.
The attack comes a few hours after KDF soldiers were ambushed by bandits in Nainuk, Turkana county while in an operation to arrest notorious bandits that have terrorized the locals for years. Luckily for them no officer was injured and they were successful in arresting two of the bandits.
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