24 February 2018

Kenya Holds Anti-Terror Meeting Amid Al-Shabaab Threat

The Mandera County government on Friday held a high profile security meeting as al-Shabaab militants mount attack threats in the country.

Mandera County Deputy Governor Mohamed Arai, opened the stakeholder security awareness meeting that brought together national counter-terrorism officials, the county security team, political leaders and non-State actors to discuss lasting solutions for the security challenges facing the county.

This came about two weeks after suspected al-Shabaab militants attacked a school in far-flung Wajir County and killed two teachers, raising security concerns for teachers in one of Kenya's volatile counties.

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