Police issue terror warning to Kenyans

NPS issued the statement on Tuesday

“The main terrorist groups including ISIS, Al-Qaeda and Al-Shabaab have all issued “fatwa” calling for increased attacks during the holy month,” said part of the statement signed by Charles Wahong’o, the Director Corporate Communications, in the National Police Service.

The Police called on members of the public to be on high alert especially those in populated public places adding that the Coastal region, North Eastern and major towns in the country remain to be high targets.

The NPS also assured the public that security agencies were on high alert during the Ramadan period.

“We are closely monitoring activities across our border with Somalia in order to thwart any attempts directed to launching cross border attacks,” said the statement.

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