JUST IN; CS Interior Kindiki Spotted Boarding KDF Chopper as Heads to Garissa For Security Brief
Photo Courtesy: CS Interior Kithure Kindiki boarding a KDF military chopper. Cabinet secretary for Interior and National Administration Professor Kithure Kindiki has been spotted boarding a Kenya Defence Forces chopper while heading to Garissa County for a joint Security Briefing with the North Eastern Regional Security Intelligence officers.
JUST IN; CS Interior Kindiki Spotted Boarding KDF Chopper As Heads To Garissa For Security Brief.
In order to travel to Garissa County for a combined security briefing with the North Eastern Regional Security Intelligence officials, Cabinet Secretary for Interior and National Administration Professor Kithure Kindiki was seen boarding a Kenya Defense Forces helicopter. The CS is traveling to Garissa for this security briefing, per the information provided by a dependable source of information, since the nation intends to reopen the Kenya-Somalia border after many years of closure.
JUST IN; Al Shabaab Attack Another Military Base Just Days after Overruning UPDF Base at Bulo Marer
Heavily armed Al Shabaab terrorists have once again attacked a military base just days after overruning a Uganda People Defence Forces base working under the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia, ATMIS at Bulo Marer, Southern Somalia. According to the details shared by multiple sources, the Al Shabaab terrorists have attacked another ATMIS military base in Qoryoley District this morning.
JUST IN; Tension High as Soldiers Block Main Road Leading to Presidential Palace Over Unpaid Salary in Somalia
Photo Courtesy; Only used for illustration purposes. Tension is high as heavily armed soldiers block the main road leading to the presidential Palace over unpaid salaries. Photo Courtesy; Soldiers block main road leading to Presidential Palace in Garowe, Somalia. According to the information shared by multiple sources, Somalia's Puntland Soldiers have blocked the main road leading to the presidential palace in Garowe in a protest over unpaid salaries.
Revealed: Events Before Al- Shabaab Raided UPDF Camp In Somalia
Al- Shabab' s attack on Uganda People' s Defense Force (UPDF) bases in southern Somalia could have been repulsed only if the locals had not been confused by the militants. According to several sources, an increase in Al- Shabaab activities was discovered in the city of Qoryoley before the situation deteriorated, but some militants managed to escape from the locals' radar.
8 Al- Shabaab Terrorists Gunned Down And 2 Senior Operatives Arrested By Army Commandos
At least eight Al- Shabaab fighters were killed in a successful operation by the Somali National Army in the Galgudud region on Monday evening, May 29. According to the latest state- run news agency, army commandos in the Galgudud area managed to gun down eight terrorists. Two senior Al- Shabaab members were also arrested.
Soldiers Flown to Nairobi For Specialized Treatment After Encounter With Militants in Somalia-PHOTOS
Special forces at a past training session A group of African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) soldiers who sustained injuries during their recent encounter with al-Shabaab are receiving specialized treatment at top hospitals in Nairobi after being flown into the country from Somalia. The soldiers were on Friday, May 19, visited by the senior leadership of ATMIS to wish them quick recovery.
JUST IN; Al Shabaab Makes Daring Attack in Kenya Days after Overrunning Military Base in Bumo Maler
Photo Courtesy; Al Shabaab terrorists in a past action. Just few days after ambushing and overrunning an African Transition Mission in Somalia run by Ugandan Defence Forces, UPDF camp in Bulo Marer Somalia where a number of soldiers were killed, the terror group which is a threat in East Africa has made a daring ambush in Kenya killing one intelligence security operative
Al-shabaab Militia Attack African Union Peacekeppers Killing Soldiers Using Suicide Bombers.
Image: Al-shabaab militants. On Friday, a military base in Somalia that housed Ugandan forces with the African Union peacekeeping charge was attacked by Islamist Al- Shabaab zealots. According to a Somali army captain, both sides suffered heavy casualties during the attack. Al- Shabaab is a militant group that has been active in Somalia since 2006.
Ugandan soldiers panicked during Al Shabaab attack - Museveni
In a recent development, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda confirmed casualties resulting from an attack by Somalia's Islamist group al Shabaab on a military base manned by Ugandan peacekeepers. The assault took place on Friday and marked the first official acknowledgment of losses among Ugandan troops serving in the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS).
Just In: Museveni Reveals What the Ugandan Soldiers Did During Al-Shabaab's Attack
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has stated that Ugandan soldiers exhibited signs of panic during a recent attack by the militant group Al-Shabaab. His comments came in response to the deadly assault on a Ugandan military base in Somalia by the terrorist organization. The attack, which occurred on an African Union base in Janale, resulted in the deaths of several Ugandan soldiers.
Museveni Reveals How Uganda Troops Reacted During Al-Shabab Attack
Yoweri Museveni, the President of Uganda, has stated that a Ugandan army base in Somalia was attacked by hundreds of al-Shabab extremists shortly before daybreak on Friday. This information was provided by President Museveni. In a message that was shared on Twitter, he leveled criticism and accusations of failure towards the Ugandan forces that were stationed there.
JUST IN: Somalia Govt Breaks Silence After Al-Shabaab Attacked UPDF Soldiers
The Federal Government of Somalia has today, May 27, broken the silence after al-Shabaab attacked Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) soldiers. Al-Shabaab militants on Friday, May 26, carried out a deadly attack on a forward operating base (FOB) manned by UPDF in the Buulo-Mareer area of the Lower Shabelle Region and reportedly killed several soldiers.
JUST IN: President Museveni Takes This Action After Al-Shabaab Attacked UPDF Soldiers in Somalia
President Yoweri Museveni, the Commander in Chief of the Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) has taken action after Somalia-based terror group, al-Shabaab, stormed a military base manned by UPDF soldiers and attacked soldiers. Preliminary reports indicated that several soldiers were killed in action after the militants reportedly overran the Forward operating base (FOB).
Kenya Strengthens Border Security with 14 Fully Equipped Forward Operating Bases
This is ahead of the planned drawdown of Kenya Defence Forces from Somalia, Defence Cabinet Secretary Aden Duale said. Kenya has constructed 14 fully equipped Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) along the Kenya-Somalia border as part of efforts to bolster security in the area. “We are fully committed that when the drawdown from the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) comes, we are secure as a country by ensuring that when Al-Shabaab feels the heat of the Somalia Security Forces they don’t come to find refuge in Kenya.”
Russia Offer Support To Somalia
The Russian government offered military support to the Somali government aiming at strengthening their Army to have a formidable capacity to fight and eradicate the al-Shabab extremist group which has caused instability in Somalia for decades. It's now clear that the Somali people will be joyous with that move because it will be a great milestone in their land.
ATMIS KDF Troops Hold A Football Tournament At Kismayo
Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) troops serving under the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS II) from Mechanized Infantry Battalion (MIB) led by Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Eric Lovega, participated in a friendly football tournament against DANAAB Special Forces at Kismayo. The tournament aimed at fostering teamwork, physical fitness and camaraderie among the SSF and the KDF soldiers in the mission area.
Govt Reveals Blunder KDF Is Avoiding In Its Mission to Silence Al-Shabaab Before Leaving Somalia
Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) is one of the many forces fighting al-Shabaab in the Horn of Africa. It is over 10 years since the Kenyan military crossed the border to Somalia. KDF launched an operation, Linda Nchi, and crossed to Somalia to fight the terrorists who were wreaking havoc on Kenyan soil. The operation ended after a year before KDF joined African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM). A few months ago, AMISOM was changed to African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) and KDF remained part of the
The Shield Of Kenya: How The Kenya Defense Forces Keep The Nation Safe And Secure
The Kenyan Defence Forces (KDF) is the military arm of the Kenyan government, responsible for the defense and security of the country. The KDF is made up of three main branches: the Kenya Army, the Kenya Air Force, and the Kenya Navy. These branches work together to protect the country from external and internal threats and to provide support during emergencies.
Cs Duale Leads High-profile Delegation Seeking To Reopen Kenya-somalia Border
Defence Cabinet Secretary Hon. Aden Duale has reaffirmed the imminent need to reopen the Kenya-Somalia border at three strategic border points to ease the movement of people and goods so as to enhance relationships and trade along the common border. The Cabinet Secretary said some of the border points had only been closed on paper but only encouraged the smuggling of contraband, narcotics and illegal migrants.