Four killed in Liboi IED attack

NepJournal
By NepJournal June 6, 2017 06:33

By NJ Correspondent:

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Four people were killed and another injured after their vehicle ran over an improvised explosive device along Liboi-Kulan road, Garissa county.

The vehicle which is a Toyota Hilux belonging to ADESO, a humanitarian aid organization involved in the attack at around 1 PM on Tuesday.

The driver, two ADESO employees and a passenger died on the spot while the fifth person sustained serious injuries.

The victims include: two brothers Ismail Hussein Hudle and Hussein Bashir Geele, mohamedhadi Hassan Buro and fourth person was unidentified.

The incident is the latest in a series of attacks involving IEDs blasts targeting security forces and humanitarian motorcades in the region.

For the past month over 30 people including security forces and civilians were killed in separate attacks in Mandera and Garissa counties.

In all the attacks police launched a manhunt for all attackers but no arrest have been made so far.

Al Shabaab militants claimed responsibility for the attacks in North Eastern Kenya since October 16, 2011 when Kenya invaded Somalia.

 

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NepJournal
By NepJournal June 6, 2017 06:33