Kenyan Govt Moves To Fight Al Shabaab In New Border Deployment

Hundreds of Kenya’s national police reservists (NPR) and military forces have been deployed along Kenya’s border with Somalia in the intensified fight against terrorism and violent extremism. The deployed officers are set to close in on jihadists making attempts to cross the border and into Kenya. Mandera County Commissioner, Kutswa Oloka who spoke to the... Continue Reading →

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Boko Haram Leader’s Mother Narrates How Son Was Radicalised

Mother to Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has come out to confess for the first time, how his son, now Boko Haram leader became a highly sort after terrorist. Falmata Abubakar starts by saying she has not set her eyes on her son for 15 years, practically since he was a boy. In 2009, Nigerian... Continue Reading →

Al Shabaab Blocks Flood Victims’ Aid In Somalia

In total, more than 427,000 people were affected in Somalia after above-average rainfall saw rivers burst their banks this month, More rain is predicted next week. “And worst is likely yet to come. With limited access to proper toilets and clean water, it’s a ticking time bomb for disease outbreaks like cholera and malaria,” said... Continue Reading →

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