Timeline: grenade and landmine attacks in Kenya

By Bosire Boniface in Wajir

August 30, 2012

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In mid-October 2011, Kenya launched a military offensive against al-Shabaab militants in Somalia who had been crossing the border into Kenya to kidnap foreign tourists and aid workers for several months.

  • Kenyan police officers secure the site of a grenade attack at the God House of Miracle Church in Nairobi on April 29, 2012. The blast killed one person and injured at least 15 others. [AFP]

    Kenyan police officers secure the site of a grenade attack at the God House of Miracle Church in Nairobi on April 29, 2012. The blast killed one person and injured at least 15 others. [AFP]

  • Kenyan police secure the scene of a grenade attack in Nairobi on October 24, 2011, that killed one person and injured 18. [Simon Maina/AFP]

    Kenyan police secure the scene of a grenade attack in Nairobi on October 24, 2011, that killed one person and injured 18. [Simon Maina/AFP]

Operation Linda Nchi began soon after the kidnapping of two Spanish women who were working for Doctors Without Borders at the Dadaab refugee camp complex in Kenya's North Eastern Province on October 13th.

Since then, the Kenya Defence Forces have been incorporated in the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), fighting alongside troops from Uganda, Sierra Leone, Djibouti and Burundi. Kenyan troops have vowed to remain in Somalia at least until AMISOM's mandate ends on October 31st.

Following the incursion, al-Shabaab and other groups have targeted Kenya with a series of grenade and landmine attacks, especially in North Eastern Province.

2011:

October 17th -- A Kenyan navy patrol boat is hit by a suspected rocket-propelled grenade off the coast of Lamu, injuring three navy officers.

October 23rd -- A grenade is hurled at Mwaura pub on Mfangano Street in Nairobi, wounding 14 people.

October 24th -- A grenade attack hits an OTC bus terminal in downtown Nairobi, killing one person and injuring 18.

October 27th -- Suspected al-Shabaab militants attack a vehicle transporting exam materials in Lafey district in Mandera, killing four people, including two education officials and a Kenyan police reservist.

October 28th -- A vehicle in a convoy carrying members of Kenya's paramilitary General Services Unit heading to Liboi hits a roadside landmine seven kilometres from Garissa town, injuring three people.

November 5th -- Two grenades are hurled at the East African Pentecostal Church in Garissa town killing two including an 8-year-old girl. Five others are injured.

November 6th -- Suspected al-Shabaab militants attack a border post in Damasa village in Lafey district in Mandera, killing a police reservist.

November 7th -- Gunmen attack a vehicle carrying Kenyan Certificate of Primary Examination papers in Damajale near Liboi, which is on the Kenyan-Somali border. No one was injured.

November 9th -- Al-Shabaab militants attack a Rural Border Patrol Unit of the Administration Police near Elwaq in Mandera district. No casualties reported.

November 15th -- A remote-controlled improvised explosive device is detonated in Dadaab refugee camp, injuring two private security officers in a police escort vehicle driving workers to their residences.

November 23rd -- Al-Shabaab militants ambush a military convoy on Abdi Sugow Road, less than 10 km from Liboi, injuring one soldier.

November 24th -- Twin grenades target a Holiday Inn hotel and a shop in Garissa, killing three people and injuring at least 27 others. A roadside bomb in Bulla-Garaay, near Mandera town, kills a Kenyan soldier and wounds four others on patrol.

November 26th -- Suspected al-Shabaab militants attack Arabia, a trading centre near Mandera, and hit the local police station taking arms and ammunition and destroying communications equipment.

December 5th -- A landmine targeting a United Nations convoy explodes at Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab complex, killing a police officer and injuring three others.

December 11th -- A remote-controlled explosive device explodes near Mandera Border Point Three, killing one police officer and injuring three. Another landmine in Wajir town targeting a military convoy explodes injuring nine soldiers.

December 12th -- A landmine targeting government vehicles leaving Jamhuri Day celebrations explodes, injuring the Wajir District intelligence chief, his driver and four women of the local peace committee.

December 15th -- Twin grenade attacks at Florida Hotel in Garissa town and the local prison officers' mess hall injure four people.

December 19th -- A landmine attack on a patrol vehicle in Dadaab complex kills a police officer and injures two other people.

December 20th -- A bomb explodes in Dadaab refugee camp targeting a senior police officer. No one was injured.

December 25th -- Two grenades are hurled at a government-owned club in Wajir town injuring seven people, including an army officer and a policeman.

December 29th -- A refugee leader, the chairperson of the Community Peace and Security Team in Hagadera camp, is killed by gunmen.

2012:

January 1st -- Gunmen kill a second refugee community leader, a member of the Lutheran World Federation peace committee, in Dadaab refugee complex.

January 3rd -- A landmine in Mandera targeting Kenyan army vehicles injures three soldiers.

January 5th -- Kenyan police seize explosive equipment in Ifo camp in Dadaab refugee complex and arrest nine suspects.

January 11th -- Armed al-Shabaab militants kill six people including three police officers in Gerille camp, Wajir District. The militants also kidnapped two government officials.

February 19th -- Al-Shabaab claims responsibility for an attack on a police station in Hulugho, Garissa, which killed a policeman and a civilian and injured two other civilians.

February 22nd -- Scores are injured in Mandera after a military vehicle hits a landmine.

March 10th -- Six people are killed and more than 60 injured when four hand grenades are hurled at Machakos bus station in Nairobi.

March 31st -- At least one person is killed and 18 wounded in two attacks targeting a church gathering in Mtwapa and a restaurant in Mombasa.

April 29th -- A grenade attack in God's House of Miracle International Church in Nairobi kills one person and injures at least 15 others.

May 14th -- Four soldiers are wounded when a landmine explodes beneath their vehicle in Mandera town.

May 15th -- A police officer is killed and three others seriously wounded when their vehicle drives over a landmine in Dadaab refugee complex. They were escorting aid workers near Dagahaley camp.

May 15th -- A security guard is killed and five people injured when a gunman opens fire at the Bella Vista restaurant in Mombasa. When guards at the restaurant prevented the gunman and two accomplices from entering, they hurled grenades into the restaurant and fled.

May 21st -- Four Kenyan soldiers are injured when their patrol vehicle hits a landmine in the north-eastern Mandera region.

May 26th -- Five people are wounded when a grenade is hurled at a construction site at a school in the Ifo II section of the Dadaab refugee complex. At around the same time, attackers in Wajir throw a grenade into a restaurant, wounding three.

May 28th -- An explosive device rips through shops in central Nairobi, wounding 38 people.

June 12th -- Police arrest a woman in Nairobi who had in her possession a hand grenade and three pistols.

June 24th -- Three people are killed and 30 wounded when a hand grenade is thrown into Jericho Beer Garden in Mombasa as football fans watch the Euro 2012 quarter-final match.

July 1st -- Masked gunmen hurl grenades are fire bullets as worshippers gather at the African Inland Church and the Catholic Central Cathedral in Garissa, killing 17 people and injuring more than 60 others.

July 5th -- Police arrest a man carrying two grenades at the Nakuru Agricultural Show shortly before President Mwai Kibaki arrived to deliver a speech.

July 18th -- Four people are injured when two grenades explode at a barbershop and a hotel in Wajir.

July 22nd -- Police arrest two young men with four hand grenades in Kitale as they were boarding a Nairobi-bound bus. A third man escaped capture.

July 25th -- Three police officers are injured when their patrol vehicle hits a landmine in Dagahaley camp in Dadaab refugee complex.

August 3rd -- Two separate attacks in Nairobi's Eastleigh neighbourhood kill four people. The bombs used in the attack are disguised as a transistor radio and a gas cylinder.

August 28th -- Three Kenyan policeman are killed and over a dozen wounded in a grenade attack during riots in the port city of Mombasa over the killing of Islamist cleric Aboud Rogo Mohammed.

September 15th -- Al-Shabaab is blamed for a roadside bomb attack that injures two Administration Police officers who were responding to an earlier explosion in Mandera.

September 21st -- Two police officers are injured when their lorry hits an improvised explosive device while on routine patrol near the Garissa Provincial General Hospital. A second explosion targeting responders injures four civilians gathered at the scene.

September 30th -- A suspected grenade attack kills one child and wounds nine others at the Anglican Saint Polycarp Church in Nairobi. In Garissa, two officers are shot from behind and killed while on patrol in the Ngamia Road area.

October 9th -- Kenyan police safely detonate a bomb weighing more than 10 kilograms that was found in an abandoned briefcase outside a restaurant in Garissa.

October 25th -- The bodies of Abdrashid Moallim Ahmed, 50, Hassan Aden Auul, 43, and Siat Mohamed Ismail, 48, are discovered with bullet wounds near Dadaab refugee complex. Police suspect that a gang that operates between Dadaab and Liboi is behind the incident.

October 28th -- Kenyan police shoot dead two suspected terrorists feared to be plotting attacks in the country's coastal region.

October 30th -- Unknown gunmen kill one police officer and injure another while on patrol near First Community Bank Limited in Garissa.

November 6th -- At least two people are wounded when a bomb explodes in Nairobi's Eastleigh neighbourhood.

November 7th -- At least four people are killed and five injured in attacks by armed men in two villages in the Kenyan border town of Mandera.

November 11th -- At least 42 Kenyan police officers are killed and 21 wounded while pursuing cattle rustlers in northern Kenya.

November 14th -- An explosion in Nairobi's predominately Somali Eastleigh neighbourhood injures at least one person.

November 16th -- Unidentified gunmen kill two police investigators in Garissa town while they were walking in Mugdi Market.

November 18th -- At least five people are killed and more than 10 injured in a minibus explosion in Nairobi's Eastleigh neighbourhood.

November 19th -- Gunmen kill three soldiers in Garissa as they replaced a flat tyre.

December 3rd -- A Kenyan police officer is injured when a petrol bomb detonates at Kiembeni police station in Mombasa.

December 5th -- A roadside bomb near a mosque in Nairobi's Eastleigh neighbourhood kills one person and wounds eight others.

December 7th -- A grenade was hurled into a crowd of worshippers leaving the popular Hidaya mosque in Eastleigh, killing five people.

December 14th -- A woman is injured when a bomb explodes near a voter registration centre in Dadaab refugee complex.

December 16th -- Two people are seriously injured when at least three grenades are lobbed towards a bar in Nairobi's Eastleigh neighbourhood.

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Reader's Comments

  • maureen
    May 18, 2014 @ 10:15:52AM

    we a still mourng coz our inocent babies were born fatherless cant 4get 19 december 2011 in dadaab landmine

  • Athumani Koja TZ
    May 11, 2013 @ 02:51:54AM

    Formerly we were talking about explosions inside Kenya, now look at Tanzania in Arusha town. So, we should understand that we are one, we have to work together with our governments by giving them information on bad people so that they could be arrested and sent to face justice.

  • Haniya Al-jihaadi
    March 21, 2013 @ 08:31:44AM

    It is not yet. 50 explosions are few. God willing the holy war fighters will win because they are in the straight path and in the way of executing their duties to God. They will forever fight the black disbelievers. I would like to urge my brothers in Islam to unite and fight the enemies of Islam. You should know God is your support and the reward of paradise depends on your hard work towards your duties to God but better in fighting in the way of God.

  • Norman Mumelo Muyundo
    January 14, 2013 @ 04:27:22AM

    These guys are just killing people at will in the name of religion and need to be stopped or at least some form of dialogue initiated to find out what their motivation is.

  • biyo gaduudka
    January 8, 2013 @ 01:07:06AM

    The use of Kenya which is the most coward in Africa by Israel in the issues of Somalia will not bring peace solution but will only cause more conflicts. The explosions happening in Kenya are in most cases politically driven and the Kenyans are the ones causing those explosions and if they continue with it, then the security of the country is at risk of getting out of hand during the election.

  • mohammed
    December 27, 2012 @ 10:59:23AM

    put in more effort in getting more information

  • Concerned Kenyan
    December 20, 2012 @ 04:52:33AM

    Since Oct 2011 to date, there have been over 50 grenade attacks on Kenyan soil.All of us should take responsibility for our own security. Our muslim brothers and sisters should not habour and hide these terrorists, kenyans should not be blinded with money which will never help them to bomb his country men and the security personnel should never sell his/her own country by accepting bribery for the entry of these dangerous weapons. Be your brothers keeper!

  • wilson
    October 14, 2012 @ 02:01:15PM

    they must be eliminated this kind gruop to reimain in peace

  • sechero
    October 13, 2012 @ 05:02:21AM

    Kenyans lets unite in all aspects irrespective of whatever affilliation we possess.Security is important to us all.lets be true citizens and patriots without pretending

  • Mwita
    October 12, 2012 @ 08:52:14AM

    many thanks to go to KDF for the good job they are doing. but a big question is to our internal security officers how does tiz al shabab cross the boarder with diz deadly weapon pliz officer be alert always and also as we Kenyan we should report this al shabab to the authority instead of hosting them also to be careful

  • EMMANUEL MBALUKA
    October 12, 2012 @ 06:42:30AM

    THE AL -SHAABAB MUST BE ERADICATED NOT ONLY IN KENYA OR SOMALIA BUT FROM THE FACE OF THE EARTH. BE CAREFUL AL - SHAABAB ARE NOT SOMALIS BUT CRIMINAL GANGS WHOM ARE TROUBLING THE GOOD PEACE LOVING CITIZENS

  • Moses
    October 12, 2012 @ 06:01:00AM

    If the Al-shabab enough they should go to Kismayu and battle the Amisom soldiers. Leave the small targets alone. Otherwise, the way to silence them is by engaging as many informers as possible from a across the country

  • eunice
    October 11, 2012 @ 08:10:03AM

    please i do not think the criminal are alone, please investigate even our security people they are corrupt they exchange money with these grenades,ie they are given money at our borders and allow al-shabbabs to get inside Kenya. please our securities think about others not you alone. you get rich but many loss their lifes. God help.

  • frank
    October 11, 2012 @ 07:45:15AM

    LETS WAKE UP FELLOW KENYANS AND TRY TO CONDEMN THIS ISSUE OF GRENADE EACH AND EVERY WEEK I THINK KENYANS WE MUST BE BACK TO OUR GOD KNEEL DOWN AND ASK FOR FORGIVENESS.

  • ADMIRAL
    October 11, 2012 @ 05:56:45AM

    D KENYAN SOLDIERS ARE JUST PRACTICING, D SHABABS ARE EVERYWHERE AND COWARDLY AS THEY ARE, CAN ONLY ATTACK INNOCENT CIVILIANS.IT IS D RESPONSIILITY OF ALL KENYANS TO REPORT ANY SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERS! PERIOD!

  • JILLOH PHILEMON
    October 11, 2012 @ 05:26:30AM

    IT IS MY PRAYER THAT GOD 2 RESCUE KENYA.

  • PALISHYZ PAUL GEORGE
    October 11, 2012 @ 02:50:23AM

    thru reading ur article ple will end up nowing how much kenyans av gone thru since last year up to date.this is very terrible to hav our fellow beings to torture there fellow ones thru unbelievable actions.we pray God to remember our nation all the time.again the government must do something to these people playing around with the peace and harmony in our country kenya.

  • @samoita
    October 10, 2012 @ 12:49:36PM

    stand up and save kenya because where we are heading to is more worse than worse. all forces and common mwananchi should be prepared for anything at any time for alshabaab are with us here.

  • Wanjiku
    October 10, 2012 @ 12:18:12PM

    What;s happening and how are they setting up this strategic barbaric acts within the presincts of our security agencies........ yet we spen Billions on INTELLINGENCE...

  • KIAMBI
    October 9, 2012 @ 03:04:12PM

    IT IS SURPRISING THAT NOT A SINGLE PERSON WITH AN ISLAMIC NAME HAS COMMENTED HERE. OUR BRETHREN THE MUSLIMS, PLS COME UP AND CONDEMN THESE CRUEL AND UNGODLY ACTS

  • Masira
    October 9, 2012 @ 09:53:40AM

    We salute the many kenyans who have done this good job and may the Almighty bless them.

  • Erastus
    October 9, 2012 @ 07:40:46AM

    According to your article we can see a series of attacks to innocent Kenyans in every month.This shows that we need to be prepared at all times because anything may happen!

  • pumzi
    October 9, 2012 @ 03:57:05AM

    kenya should prepare for a long gorrila war after the fall of kisimayu. The grenades are here to stay

  • ROSE NYABOKE
    October 8, 2012 @ 09:47:25AM

    MY FATHER IN HEAVEN SEE OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS THROUGH WE HAVE BEEN PEACEFULL BUT THE DEVIL IS DONT FILL AT HOME WHEN THERE IS PEACE WE ARE SEND OUR SINCER PRAYERS DAILY THAT ONE DAY THEY WILL SEE THE TRUTH AND REPEANT FOR GOD GUIDE YOU AMIN

  • Yusuf Siraji
    October 8, 2012 @ 09:35:23AM

    I really think that Kenyan gorvenment surrender coz a somali is a warrior who never value his or anyones life.

  • Abu
    October 8, 2012 @ 09:25:04AM

    Put God first then your intrest letter, you kill a human being its a great sin to God. No country will develop if its fighting with neighbour. The children will one day grow and remember who killed their parents and left to suffer oviously they will revenge.

  • Elijah Musau
    October 7, 2012 @ 05:49:26AM

    its only by Gods grace that we conquer our enemy,.,.,go go kdf Papa god is will do the necessary.,.,

  • Athuman Koja TZ
    October 7, 2012 @ 02:32:47AM

    Kenyans let us now be attentive and not leave the government to work on its own. Let us help by giving information quickly where we suspect someone or something. Let us not be afraid of giving information. May God protect us. Africa is one. I love Kenya.

  • federicokoskey
    October 6, 2012 @ 10:31:48AM

    i dont not like alshabab

  • kennedy ochieng
    October 5, 2012 @ 10:53:02AM

    The Kenyan Government should work on the economic situation of Kenya because this terrorists are being employed to conduct terrorism and they have no business to stop it as it earns them good income.

  • ROBERT OUKO AJIKI
    October 4, 2012 @ 05:40:10AM

    I DO SALUTE THE KDF 4 THEIR COMMITMENT N BRAVERY 2ELIMINATE DA SHAABABZ NEVERTHELESS CAN I 4GET 2THANK DA ALMIGHTY GOD 4 HIZ MERCY N PROTECTION.BIG UP KDF N DA CRUE.

  • peter kirui
    October 4, 2012 @ 12:24:32AM

    l think the goverment should and must eliminate this crooks by all means.they have to search every house not only the areas concern, they might have gone beyond upto upcountry.

  • Dark
    October 3, 2012 @ 01:42:07PM

    The state of the horn of Africa really saddens me

  • geoffrey ochieng
    October 3, 2012 @ 01:33:18PM

    i think its time we kenyans rise up as one and fight this. we can only achieve this through the support that we give to our loyal troops who are sacrificing their happiness and lives in order to defend our beloved country.

  • ample life foundation
    October 3, 2012 @ 11:24:49AM

    we must keep watch ,friends kenya is a NATION Which hosts many foreigners

  • G Kopilo
    October 3, 2012 @ 10:44:34AM

    those cockroaches are gonna be wiped out.

  • MUTHONI MUCHIRI
    October 3, 2012 @ 10:06:11AM

    let the terrorists know that their day of reckoning is coming real soon. even the sun sets in paradise. they wont enjoy haunting us forever. as for Kenyans lets all be careful and pray for the best.

  • babu j man
    October 3, 2012 @ 09:01:46AM

    I don’t see any reason for war especially for the country of Kenya. There are many lessons that Kenya should learn regarding war of all sorts especially at this time when we are preparing ourselves for the approaching elections. Let us stand together in unity and might. For those who are getting the calamities that come to us such as explosions there is nobody who is happy so let us not cause war because we are not happy with these acts of murder.

  • DORIS MUGO
    October 1, 2012 @ 04:14:46PM

    SHOW RESPECT OF LIFE. GOD COMMANDS US NOT TO KILL.

  • Albanus
    October 1, 2012 @ 11:37:23AM

    Job well done. they say if you want peace , prepare for war

  • marsande
    October 1, 2012 @ 11:27:12AM

    now all this raises our eyebrows as we approach electioneering period.much is needed to ensure we are safe from this people whose mission is to kill,God forbid

  • Smbogoh
    October 1, 2012 @ 10:04:32AM

    How did this grenades/ahsababs enter kenya ,where are the security agents and the immigration officers.

  • DENIS
    October 1, 2012 @ 08:44:24AM

    All will be well.no backing down.go go KDF

  • ouma owino
    October 1, 2012 @ 07:24:38AM

    Let the Kenya army form a special unit to guard our borders, churches and bus stations and markets since mosques have never been bombed. If policemen can be easily bribed by Al-Shabaab then don’t recruit people like Abdi, Mohamed, Ali, Rashid, in our forces for majority can be Al-Shabaab allies and sympathizers.

  • stella kanini
    October 1, 2012 @ 04:58:49AM

    THEY ARE COWARDS.WHY TARGET INNOCENT ANGELS AND AREAS OF WORSHIP?. DO THEY REALLY KNOW GOD.POLE TO THOSE WHO LOST LOVED ONES N QUICK RECOVERY TO THE INJURED.GOD GIVE US STRENGHT.

  • Abena
    October 1, 2012 @ 03:02:05AM

    Statistics are so good. They can show a trend and help to forecast. This is a very brilliant work, the type that appeals to my faculty

  • boniface kioko
    October 1, 2012 @ 02:55:11AM

    we should not simpathise with anybody just because we do not want to hurt our friends who are al-shabab sympathisers.let our security systems be alert 24 hours.so as to eradicate all the alshabab cells

  • patrick mwangi
    September 30, 2012 @ 12:59:44PM

    why should these guys taget small kinds why dont they go to kisimayu

  • mireu
    September 30, 2012 @ 08:36:49AM

    its sad that they are using fear and terror to future reduce our born birth right of freedom to exist,and whats worse is that the media are helping the by not saying the truth,wake up people,before they reach our doors,the world is burning and your just watching!!!

  • BEN
    September 30, 2012 @ 02:39:49AM

    KENYAS VICTORY OVER KISMIYU IS A START OF OTHER VICTORIES OF PEACE. IT IS AN ANSWERED PRAYER AND SO WE EXPECT INTERNAL PEACE TO PREVAIL AS WELL. LETS CONTINUE PRAYING.

  • john o tuju
    September 29, 2012 @ 06:48:58PM

    kdf should pursue the alshaabab to the end

  • Mutua
    September 28, 2012 @ 08:11:31AM

    after Capturing Kismayu, KDF should come back home and comp the entire North eastern province to get rid of all these elements. Infact house to house search will ensure non of the couprits disguises as a kenyan. The goverment should also consider moving Dadaab refugee camp to somalia.

  • phyllis kace
    September 26, 2012 @ 09:58:50AM

    not any more.let as do something

  • francis odipo
    September 26, 2012 @ 08:11:38AM

    You did a great job KDF but remember nothing comes for free. These mysterious attacks are the price we have to pay. Take heart boys all Kenyans and world citizens of goodwill are with you.

  • willy
    September 25, 2012 @ 11:12:25AM

    know your neigbour

  • KIPLAA
    September 25, 2012 @ 10:11:40AM

    KENYA SHOULD NOT SPARE ANYBODY ACCUSED OF VIOLENT

  • simbo masawe
    September 25, 2012 @ 08:08:10AM

    Let all means be used to destroy those rascals who judge the souls of innocent people

  • onyango chris
    September 24, 2012 @ 08:32:03AM

    This is government reluctancy and the POLICE corruption of high class,to allow,take bribe and pretend to seach ,or do inquiry after several deaths and injuries plus destructions of properties.Then finally no action or the culprites got are left under cover-up...change,pls.

  • Albert
    September 24, 2012 @ 04:15:15AM

    If you closeyl look at the dates and where the incidences took place, you will notice that this group is being defeated and loosing its ground, now they are attacking people in Somalia which they are soon going to be wipeout. But Kenyans need to be ALWAYS alert and on the look out. If you suspect anything raise an alarm immediately, this way we will be safe and ofcos, Praying to God to protect our country.

  • john ouma olwanda
    September 22, 2012 @ 01:26:17PM

    the government is to blame for all the insecurity in the country.they are the one who allowed this elements to stay in kenya, because some security officers value money more than the security of kenya. eastliegh is a time bomb waing to explode.i wonder why this kind of insecurity was unheard of during mzee mois rule. the security docket needs overhauling.

  • George Oduor
    September 22, 2012 @ 04:19:03AM

    All these hapens because of failure of the Church in Kenya to Repent,turn away from sin, sexual sin, lies, immorality, idolatery, gospel of properity and many other. the Messiah is coming and the Lord is talking to the Chruch through all this that you see hapening. Please lets turn to the gospel of holines and righteousness. Shalom

  • mutua kims
    September 21, 2012 @ 10:50:09AM

    Let us work together and stop this nonsense. These guys does not value life at all, even their own. Give relevant authorities all the information that could lead to the capture of these low lifes. Once arrested they should be kept away for good because they dont deserve to interact with normal people people people.

  • KEVIN
    September 21, 2012 @ 10:31:16AM

    PRAYERS MOST AT THIS MOMENT

  • moses
    September 21, 2012 @ 05:54:13AM

    Well researched.keep it up!

  • Daniel Ekiru
    September 19, 2012 @ 10:44:23AM

    Government to sort solutions on the way forward to resolve this issue costing innocent lives.

  • WANDERA OKELLO
    September 19, 2012 @ 04:09:12AM

    THE ISSUE OF TERORISM IS WORLD DESASTER THANKS TO THE KENYAN FORCES, LETS TAKE THEM ALIVE OR DEAD, BRAVO TO AP,S AND GSU KENYA, THE LIKES OF ABOUD MUST SEE THE GRAVE, HOPING IS ONE MOVE OF ENDING TERRORISM

  • REV.MIKE
    September 4, 2012 @ 02:43:51PM

    ISLAMIC MOVEMENT ON CHRISTIANS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS POLITICAL.EVERY RELIGION AS ALL EGUAL RIGTH TO BE IN KENYA AND EVERY PERSON AS RIGHT WORSHOP.SO LET AS PREACH PEACE AND LOVE TO ALL KENYANS.MUSLEM SHOULD KNOW CHRISTIANITY IS THEY TO STAY AND PREACH THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST ANY WHERE IN KENYA WITHOUT BARRIES OR THREATS FROM ANY ONE.LET AS BEAR ONE ANOTHER AS KENYANS. REV.MIKE.

  • neelam
    September 4, 2012 @ 08:29:57AM

    security is good however needs to b beefed up without incovience and haressment to the general public

  • MARTIN NDERITU
    September 4, 2012 @ 07:21:48AM

    LETS BE OUR BROTHERS KEEPER IF WE SPOT SOMEBODY WITH UNUSUAL BEHAVIOUR REPORT TO POLICE.

  • Joseph
    September 3, 2012 @ 09:45:03AM

    Criminals have no idea where to get grenades, guns maybe but definitely not grenades! These are terrorists pretending to be criminals as any right thinking person can surmise and must be routed out of our midst at any cost.

  • KENAFRIC INDUSTRIES LTD
    September 3, 2012 @ 07:48:33AM

    By being shot or being shut in prison, those Kenyan guards must keep the peace everywhere.

  • Benard Okumu
    September 2, 2012 @ 08:36:42PM

    I think the government of Kenya should beef up the level of security in its borders and also internally to be able to curb these occasions.

  • Tom
    September 2, 2012 @ 01:00:05PM

    innocent lives lost! God is a God of live Not Deaths.STOP THESE KILLINGS

  • OWINO chrisphine
    September 2, 2012 @ 02:57:13AM

    The attacks has been unfotunate and all found responsible should face heavy law wrath.

  • WAMBULWA B WAMBULWA
    September 1, 2012 @ 06:45:59AM

    THEN IT MEANS GRENADES ARE EASY TO AQUIRE.THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD DO SOMETHING AND ARREST THIS CULPRITS FOR LIFE.WHY DID THE GOVERNMENT RELEASE ABOUD ROGO AND YET HE WAS FOUND WITH OVER 200 GRENADES,200 DETONATORS,113 LIVE ROUNDS OF AMMUNITIONS AND AN AK47 GUN MACHINE.

  • alfred
    August 31, 2012 @ 07:53:24AM

    These crooks must be stopped by all means.

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