In a statement to the press, the national police service said a multi agency team is in hot pursuit of suspected Alshaabab militants who launched an attack in the country on Friday morning. "The ambush which took place at 6 a.m in Banisa during routine border patrol, has unfortunately left five of our police officers injured and they are currently receiving medical attention," the police noted.
Five police has been wounded following an exchange not fire with suspected Al-shabaab terrorist along the Mandera- somali border. The national police revealed that the multia-gency team of police officers was in hot persuit of suspected millitants."The ambush which took place at 6:00 a.m in Banisa during routine border patrol , has unfortunately left five of our police officers injured and they are currently receiving medical attention ",the police noted. "
Two police officers have died after Al-shabaab militants attacked security officers, escorting, two, buses in Mandera. The militants ambushed the officers and the bus drivers before releasing fire on them. The other officers engaged them in an effort to save the passengers and were able to overcome them.
Photo courtesy. Several people have been Injured in Mandera County today. According to reports, Terrorists who are Suspected to be from Alshabab militia attacked two buses in Mandera North. Banisa police boss has confirmed the incident to the media. More reports on the issue will follow as the Injured Officers are currently receiving treatment after the attack.
Earlier today clan militia raided aplace called Malka Olo of Banisa Constituency and killed three innocent civilians. The attack happened at around 3 am this morning, Among those who lost their lives are awoman, her husband and their son and all are from one family living in Malka Olo.
The scene is around Mandera-Somali border.Five police officers have sustained serious body injuries after being attacked by a Alshabaab, early in the morning. Going by the reports, the ambush was at around 0600hrs in the morning.The five police officers were in their routes from Banisa along the border in Mandera-Somali.
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Members of Alshabab today at around 3pm, Suspected Alshabab planted IED explosive devices along Banisa Takaba road targeting elders on peaceful Coexistence torched the car and the onboard elders missed whereabouts. The team carried out peaceful campaign for the past two weeks. Elders were in a landcruiser from Takaba heading to Banisa, the attack happened between Derkale and Burashum of Banisa constituency under Mandera North. Those living along the scene of crime are from degodia and murule only targeting their
Three officers were killed early today when their property cruiser went over a planted IED on the Banisa-Tabaka thruway in Mandera County. The officials were on a standard line watch when they were trapped by al-Shabaab assailants, bringing about numerous security officials being truly injured. As per a police report seen by Citizen Digital, the officials were trapped at around 6 a.m. before one of their vehicles went over the on the gadget.
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A suspected Alshabab terrorists are said to have ambushed 2 passenger buses between Olla and Sarman villages while the buses were heading to Mandera and two police officers are among those who lost their lives. Suspected terrorists are said to have attacked the two buses between Ola and Sarman in Mandera county as one person was confirmed dead at the spot after shootings between the terrorists and the police.
The death toll in the Mandera bus attack has risen to three after two police officers were ambushed and killed. 9 police officers are said to have been escorting two passenger buses in Mandera when Alshabab militants raided the escort spraying bullets in the bus and injuring 11 passengers and 7 other officers on Monday evening.
The government has promised Mandera residents a more active role in enhancing regional security and preventing terrorist attacks. Nicodemus Ndalana, the North Eastern Regional Commissioner, stated that the government would involve Mandera residents in flashing out terror groups in the county on Saturday. Mandera has been the target of ambushes by the Somalia-based terror group Al-Shabaab, with the most recent attack involving a bus.
Banisa police Boss Mr Khamasi Shivongo has confirmed that suspected Al shabaab miltia have attacked two buses along Ola and Sarman in Mandera county where by several police officers were injured after confrontation with miltants during the attack. According to Witinesses the driver of the bus tried to speed off from the scene inorder to escape the terrorists but ultimately injured some passengers as the bus overturned.
Image source: Pinterest Three police officers were killed, and three others injured in an ambush by al Shabaab militants in Banisa, Mandera County.According to witnesses, the attackers planted an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) on the road, which struck a speeding police vehicle that resulted in the car being severely damaged and burned.
According to Banisa Deputy County Commissioner Peter Lotulia, the incident occurred at 7.30 a.m. on the Banisa-Takaba road. “It's sad that we've lost police officers as a result of a terrorist attack.By phone, he said, "We've launched an operation to smoke out the attackers who we believe are hiding inside [this area]."
Nation media has twitted that suspected terrorists have attacked two buses in Mandera North, Mandera county leaving several security officers injured, Banisa police boss Khamasi Shivogo confirms. The Northern Frontier Mandera has been a hot bed of terror hotspot. The assaults started in 2011 when the Kenya Defence Forces entered Somalia to help that country fight the violent extremist group.
Security has been a big challenge to the republic of Kenya as Al-shabaab militia group has been terrorising the country killing innocent souls and injuring some. It's sad news to the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) that is under the leadership of Hillary Mutyambai as the Inspector General following the brutal killing of two police officers and five nursing serious injuries after the terrorist group suspected to be Al-shabaab attacked two buses at Banisa Mandera County.
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Its a sad day today as the Al Shabab have tried to shoot a bus that was carrying People from Mandela to Nairobi. According to the reports the militants were calmed down by the police who had been shooting at them forcing them to stop. This news is worrying for the country as it's possible that this Al shababs are trying to hurt the people. The passengers were brought back to Banisa town where they were to be kept safe in the meantime till when it's safe for them. We're it not for the Police, they would have