According to the reports seen by Morad News, this attack took place overnight.
Also more reports say that the Al-Shabaab bombed an Ethiopian military base in Halgan town in Hiiraan region.
By good luck, no one has been reported dead the two attacks by the notorious militia group.
"#Somalia: #AlShabaab fighters attack #Kenya military base in Hosingow town in Lower Juba region overnight. Militants also bombed an #Ethiopia|n military base in Halgan town in Hiiraan region. Casualties on both attacks unknown so far," wrote Morad News.
The Al-Shabaab have continued to cause problems to their own country, Somalia and the neighboring countries.
Mainly, the militia group targets military personnel, soldiers and police officers.
Also they go for government officials in their attacks. Mostly, this group uses roadside attacks to bomb their target or ambush them with heavy machinery when they least expect.
Despite all the attacks against our Kenyan soldiers, they have received an even more heavy return of attack from the soldiers.
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