Somaliland sun – “This is a moment for everyone throughout the country to be vigilant as we continue to confront and defeat our enemies,” President Kenyatta told a shocked nation in a televised address from State House, Nairobi.
President Uhuru Kenyatta vowed terrorists would be defeated after gunmen Thursday attacked a university in Garissa, killing 147 people and wounding 79 in one of the worst terror raids in the country.
Authorities said four terrorists who participated in the dawn attack for which the Somalia militant group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility were killed by security forces.
The slaughter at Garissa by Al-Shabaab a militant Islamist group battling the Somalia Federal Government for control the war torn country is allegedly in retaliation to attacks on their bases by the Kenyan Deface forces which is operating in Somalia under mandate of the African Union Mission in Somalia-AMISOM
Meanwhile a Sh20 million ($243,000) bounties has been placed on, Mohamed Kuno, a fugitive who has been on the run since December last year. The former teacher in Garissa has been cited as the mastermind of the terrorist attack at the Garissa university college.
Kuno has been on the run since he was identified as the Al-Shabaab commander who oversaw the killings of 58 Kenyans in Mandera.
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