Four Kenyans kidnapped on Tuesday, November 1 – two paramedics, their motorist, and a case – were released three days latterly, on Thursday, November 4.
The four were abducted in Elwak while transporting a case to a sanitarium for first- aid treatment.
The four victims were freed after accommodations between original elders and directors, according to Mandera county manager Onesmus Kyatha.
“ All of them are safe and sound, ” the county manager told the media.
Adan Hussein Rahoy, MCA for Lafey, verified the reports, adding that the four were attended to by croakers and counsellors.
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No rescue was paid to the mutineers, according to Rahoy. The MCA praised the original elders who supported in negotiating the quintet’s release.
The zealots, still, didn’t release the ambulance in which the four were traveling.
Elders were said to be negotiating for the release of the vehicle, which is critical for furnishing exigency services in North Eastern Kenya.
The process and progress of the concession process, still, weren’t bared because the original elders wanted to cover their identity.
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Kenya has strengthened its security forces over the times to combat Al Shabaab insurgents.
The Kenya Defence Forces entered new ordnance under former President Uhuru Kenyatta, while the National Police Service entered new munitions.
Kenya also unveiled a small arms plant to reduce the cost of security purchases.
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