“The attacks in Diiso, Saretho and Kamuthe were all preceded by credible information and intelligence from the public but the county security teams did not act as required.”
Why not? Either cowardice, which is pandemic these days, or sympathy for the jihadis.
“Kenya: Al-Shabaab extremists execute 3 Christian teachers in raid on primary school,” by Samuel Smith, Christian Post,
Three Christian teachers were murdered Monday morning in Kenya during an attack on a primary school believed to have been carried out by the Somalia-based, al-Qaeda-linked extremist faction Al-Shabaab.
Kenya’s National Police Service confirmed in a post on Twitter that three teachers were killed when suspected Al-Shabaab militants attacked the school as well as a police post and telecommunications mast in the town of Kamuthe in Garissa County around 2 a.m….
ICC named the deceased instructors as Caleb Mutua, Titus Ushindi, and Samuel Muthui Kyonzu. Also, ICC reports that a fourth victim named Joshua Mutua survived with serious leg injuries.
Citing a police report, The Associated Press notes that one Muslim teacher at the school was abducted while the life of a female nurse was spared by the assailants….
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Following Monday’s attack, Garissa lawmaker Anab Subow Gure accused the government of failing to act on intelligence reports provided by the public, saying that the attacks could have been prevented.
“It’s time the government took security matters with the seriousness they deserve,” Gure was quoted as saying by the Nairobi-based crowdsource news website Hivisasa.com. “The attacks in Diiso, Saretho and Kamuthe were all preceded by credible information and intelligence from the public but the county security teams did not act as required.”
Courtesy of Jihad Watch
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