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Police officers feared dead, as Al-shabaab attack two police camps

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According to the Lafey Deputy County Commissioner Eric Oronyi, the attackers targeted Administration Police and reservists' camps in the area.

Reports indicated that the attackers destroyed the Safaricom mast in Lafey town, to disable communication between the officers and their bosses, before storming the camps.

"It happened around 1am but communication was cut off. I cannot tell more. We are yet to get clear information from the ground since those to give information took off.” Said Eric Oronyi

Fino MCA Saad Sheikh Ahmed reported the death of five officers amid fears planted explosives in the camps.

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