Kenyans have once again being treated to a sad news involving terror attack in which suspected Al- Shabaab militants sprayed a vehicle in Lamu County. Coast Regional Commissioner, John Elungata announced that the suspected Al- Shabaab militants sprayed a vehicle carrying five Court Officials with bullets at Lango la Simba along Lamu- Witu- Garsen road.
The health conditions of the occupants of the vehicle sprayed with bullets has not been revealed yet. The latest attack is a big blow to the state of security of the country of the country as it heads to a General Election.
@NationBreakingNews SUSPECTED AL-SHABAAB militants spray a vehicle ferrying 5 court officials with bullets at Lango la Simba on Lamu-Witu-Garsen road, Coast Regional Commissioner John Elungata confirms. https://t.co/Wbm8q5LY5H
Al- Shabaab militants have been a major threat to the country's security and that's why the Ministry of Interior in collaboration with Ministry of Defence has increased security in the volatile regions of Kenya. Lamu residents have been the worst hit by Al- Shabaab attacks as they demand the Government to secure the region.
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