Kenya: roadside bomb hits military convoy in Garissa
Nairobi (RBC) At least five Kenya military officers were hurt and three civilians following twin road side bombings targeting their trucks in Garissa on Friday. Officials say.
As officials confirmed to local media, the first explosion occurred out side the local provincial hospital in Garissa targeting a military lorry.
The second blast detonated after a police jeep rushed to the scene where the previous explosion took place for assistance injuring provincial police officer Philip tuimur and deputy provincial criminal investigation officer Richard Ngatar.
No arrests have been made for these attacks and all the injured people were taken to Garissa general hospital for treatment as their health condition is stable as officials confirmed speaking to local media.
Mean while, Kenyan police have displayed on Friday a list of foreign fighters who are planning to commit attacks and terror acts in Kenya.
The police mentioned that these men are from kismayo and in number are five men crossed the border to Kenya.
Kenyan police spokes man Eric Kiraitha announced the names of the men and their nationalities speaking to the state-run TV KBC.
Rachid Benomari from france, mohamud Abdul-Azis Hassan and Mohamed Ali Mohmaud Khalifa both from Egypt and Salim Si Mohamed and Nadane Si Mohamed both from Morocco.