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Al Shabaab Display Bodies Of 4 Killed Kenya Soldiers


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The raging battle that lasted over four hours took place in Miido, near Afmadow, Lower Jubba on Friday evening.

Heavy gunfire reverberated across the neighborhood and large plumes of smoke rose in sky as Kenya forces engaged the terrorists in one of the fiercest battles in recent months.

The Al Shabaab claim they killed 4 Kenyan soldiers.

The published pictures show the corpses of Kenyan soldiers dumped in the sand with their identity cards placed on their chests.

The insurgents, who have resorted to ambushes, surprise attacks and beheading suspected AMISOM spies after being pushed out of Afgoye and other strategic towns, said they destroyed at least 7 other KDF vehicles in the base, which were damaged during the course of the battle.

“Two Kenyan trucks fully loaded with ammunition have been seized by the Mujahedeen from the Kenyan base in Afmadow. The base has been burned. Some of the Kenyan observation posts in Afmadow have just been set alight and destroyed by the Mujahedeen as battle rages inside the city,” they said.

Chimpreports could not independently confirm these reports as well others that a head-on collision of 2 Transitional Federal Government military vehicles which were on their way to rescue the Kenyan forces had left 15 dead and more than 20 injured.

The rebels also said they had brought down a Kenyan chopper but did not offer any evidence to back up the claim.

The AMISOM forces have taken strategic steps to liberate the country from the insurgents that have led to the formation of a new Parliament and election of the law-making body’s speaker.

The President will be elected in the near future, a move that will see the Somalis achieve their dream of living in a free and democratic country.We could not publish the photographs for ethical reasons.


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