It has been seen in most occasions the incidences of Alshaabab Militants attacking various regions leading to massive deaths Today from tht latest report,it was revealed that Alshaabab Militants stopped a bus that was heading to Mandera and lectured them for hours.Manu Kenyans hava really reacted to this incident with varied reactions.
It is now high time the Kenyan government to ensure that they find the long lasting solutions to these scenarios.It is much sad to see some innocent individuals being killed by Alshaabab among other groups.The cabinet secretary of internal security Fred Matiangi should quickly intervene to ensure that they deal appropriately with the scenarios.
As the elections nears,the CS should ensure that they maintain peace and order in the country so that there exist a conducive environment ahead and after the august elections.Many Kenyans have really blamed CS Matiangi for joining politics and campaign for former prime minister honourable Raila Amollo Odinga's presidency bid.
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