There are those who’ll kill innocent Kenyans; here’s how to defeat them

PHOTO | FILE Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni speaks to the press in Juba on December 30, 2013. The "Muhesi Moment" made possible an official apology from the President after the Mukura Massacre.

What you need to know:

  • Over 70 people had suffocated to death, in one of the most shameful episodes of Uganda’s conflict history.
  • A few peasants decided to take a chance, and convinced their children who were in the bush to lay down arms and surrender to Muhesi.

Kenya is in the midst of a war against terrorism. Part of it, the government says, involves smoking out possible foot soldiers of the Somali militant group, Al-Shabaab, who are hiding among law-abiding members of the Somali community in Kenya, and carrying out terrorist bomb attacks on churches, pubs, and other locations.


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