Several KDF soldiers are feared dead after a patrol car hit an IED planted by suspected Al-Shabaab Militias in Baure,
Sources indicate that the soldiers were on patrol when the horrifying incident occurred.
KDF troops have currently been deployed to the area as they try and save the lives of soldiers who might have sustained serious injuries during the blast.
Several vehicles amongst them passengers carrying vehicles have landed on these explosives where a number have lost their lives.
The Kenyan defense forces have however been at the forefront trying to eliminate these rogue killers from the country.
A majority have been gunned down during some fierce gunfight along the borders.
@mutai.. quite unfortunate, may their souls rest in peace. To the extremist group; Al Shabab may you have started unending warfare
@James...So sad to lose our soldiers to cowards, if Al-Shabab are men enough should face our soldiers on the battlefield 😭😭😭
@Makau... Rip warriors, si wapewe APCs wafanye patrol nazo now that the place has become that dangerous. We can keep on losing our brave soldiers kwa kitu moja tunaeza zuia
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