Nairobi (SD) -The Kenyan government has identified today 35 individuals as members of Al-Shabaab, accusing them of involvement in recent attacks in the Lamu region.
According to a report from the Kenyan police, particularly the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the names of 35 individuals associated with Al-Shabaab have been revealed, suggesting their alleged participation in violent attacks within Kenya.
The report also indicates that these individuals are suspected of carrying out destructive attacks in the Lamu coastal region. Kenya has called on the public to share any information they may have about these individuals and has expressed readiness to take action based on credible information.
Kenya has experienced several serious attacks attributed to Al-Shabaab militants. The country continues to be actively involved in efforts to counter the activities of Al-Shabaab, both within Kenya and as part of the African Union Mission in Somalia (ATMIS).
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