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cialis 40mg geneva; font-size: small;”>Nairobi area Deputy Police chief, Moses Ombati told press on Friday morning: “The weapons include 6 bombs, 12 grenades, explosive-laden vests, loaded magazines, 4 AK47 assault rifles and 480 bullets.
The development is a huge step forward for Kenya police in combating terrorism in the East African country.
Anti Terrorism Police personnel descended on the house following a tip off.
“Obviously these are al Shabaab items. This is a very organised team that is ready to cause big problems in the country,” said Ombati.
“They were about to start executing their mission.”
Somali militants have in the past months detonated bombs in Kenya, killing scores thus creating an atmosphere of terror.