Several Kenyans injured in terror attack

Police have confirmed the incidence

Lamu County Security chief Gilbert Kitiyo has confirmed the incidence.

The state of affairs has paralysed transport along Mombasa-Lamu road.

Suspected Al-Shabaab militants are said to be behind the attack.

Last week, three Kenyan fishermen were hacked to death in a suspected Al-Shabaab attack. The three were killed at Shakako-Moa.

The attack came a day after Al Shabaab militants raided the Lafey Sub-County headquarters in Mandera and killed a police officer.

Two police vehicles were also set ablaze during the dawn attack on Thursday. According to reports, the attack was carried out by more than 50 suspected Al Shabaab militants.

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