4 Dead In Pangani Bomb Blast

viagra 60mg sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The Inspector General of Police, David Kimaiyo, has confirmed the four deaths.

According to police sources, the deceased include two policemen and two civilians.

The exploded car, according to police, was already marked as suspicious.

According to available information, police had intercepted the said bomb which was being driven to the police station but it exploded before anything could be done.

The blast comes barely a month after another one rocked Eastleigh in the same capital Nairobi killing innocent civilians and injuring others.

The blast led to the arrest and deportations of hundreds of Somalis suspected to be directly involved or at least aiding terror activities.

The Somali based Al Shabaab militant group is always behind the calculated terror attacks simply because Kenyan troops deployed to Somalia to fight them.

In their worst attack on Westgate Mall, Al Shabaab left a scar that Kenyans will never forget.

In Uganda, their twin bomb blasts at Lugogo and Ethiopian Village remains another memory hard to forget.

However, both Kenyan and Ugandan governments are committed to eliminating all terrorists.


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