By Smart Sam News
Kenyan security forces have repelled attempted attacks by suspected Al Shabab militants at Yumbis village of Ijara Constituency, spokesman Ministry of Interior has reliably said.
Security forces on Thursday managed to deter Ugus (the group that massacres Somali people) as the group is referred to by Somali Government.
In a security update to newsrooms over the situation in North Eastern region, Mwenda Njoka said: “The Government commends members of the public for taking pro-active action to report the sighting of these Ugus.”
The government has urged her citizens to continue collaborating with security agents to ensure that members of this group who might have taken refuge among innocent locals are flushed out.”
The gang was sighted at around six in the evening by members of the public who alerted security forces.
Security forces swiftly mobilized and engaged the militants in a gun battle. No casualties were reported.
The reports comes a month after fatal attacks by suspected Al Shabab gang in Garissa University that claimed about 148 lives.