The ongoing operation by the Kenyan defense forces against the Somali-based terror group Al-Shabaab has no doubt been a traumatizing experience for both the soldiers and their families. The idea that your kin is out in the wilderness against an enemy who knows very little as far as human values are concerned is not only frightening but also demoralizing.
A new report has now emerged from Wajir after KDF Soldiers reportedly escaped a death trap set by Al-Shabaab. According to a report by blogger Cyprian Nyakundi, the Terror group had set an Improvised IED bomb.
The incident happened in the Konton area in Wajir County. The IED was Exploded after it was stepped on by two hyenas who died on the spot. "IMPROVISED IED that had been set up by Al-Shabaab terrorists kills two hyenas in a bizarre incident in Konton area, Wajir County." Read the report.
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