'Terror Groups Pose Biggest Threat to Kenya's Security'

National Intelligence Service Deputy Assistant Director Alexander Muteshi says threats are propagated by terrorist organisations like the Al-Shabaab that has its cells in neighbouring Somalia and the Islamic State group that operates in Puntland, Libya, Syria and Iraq. He has pointed out that the threats have been pushed away from the cities to the border areas.

Kenyan soldiers on guard as the erection of a security fence along the Kenya-Somalia border goes on.


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