Boinnet's new announcement that has got Kenyans worried 

Inspector-General of police Joseph Boinnet has caused panic among kenyans after announcing...

Inspector-General of police Joseph Boinnet

Making the announcement on Tuesday evening, Boinnet divulged that two of the terrorists were responsible for the recent attacks in Mandera County in which a chief was killed.

"There have been two unfortunate incidents in Mandera county in which Al-Shabaab elements sneaked in and attacked innocent Kenyans." Security agents remain vigilant and are on hunt for the terrorists who attempt to sneak into our country,” Boinnet stated.

Read Also: 470 CHILDREN ARRESTED IN NAIROBI The inspector of police urged members of the public to be more vigilant especially in restaurants and bus terminus.“There is a risk of local operatives of attempting to stage copycat attacks. In this respect we have heightened vigilance on our part, and appeal to the public to be watchful for any suspicious activity,” he said.

Boinnet noted that hostile environment in Somalia  had compelled the terrorists to move near the borders in Kenya adding that security had been beefed up.

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