A police officer was murdered and three others were badly injured after a suspected Al-Shabab attack on a police camp in Garissa.
During the attack which occurred yesterday’s evening, locals said that they heard loud explosives followed by a series of gunfire at the Yumbis Rural Border Patrol Unit(RBPU) camp in Dadaab.
Locals claimed that the attackers terrorised them claiming that they shared information with security agencies.
Several houses were burnt including that of a local primary head teacher.
Security personnel responding to the attack narrowly escaped death after an explosive planted on the road leading to the village exploded.
North Eastern Regional Coordinator, Nick Ndalama said the injured Officers had been admitted in hospital for further treatment.
Earlier on Wednesday, security officers from the Anti-terror unit said that a bag full of ammunition was recovered.
“Forensic investigation is on going to identify the owner of the bag,” said Mr Ndalama.
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