Eight LAPPSET Road Construction Vehicles Burnt Down By Suspected Al-Shaabab Militants.
Eight LAPPSET road construction vehicles have been burnt down by suspected Al-Shaabab militants at Omolo - Bodhei area along the Lamu - Garissa highway on Sunday.
The road construction vehicles belonged to the China Communication's Construction Company who were working on the LAPSSET road construction project in the area.
The security personnel have since started investigation's into this latest development that could not delay the construction of the LAPSSET road projects.
More information into this is expected out soon as they unfold.
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