ANTI-terrorism investigators have ruled out the involvement of al-Shabaab in the Sunday attacks on two churches in Garissa. They are now focusing on fresh leads that the attacks were motivated by either local tensions between the Muslims and Christians, or a politically motivated crime. An internal Anti Terrorism Police Unit report submitted yesterday said that investigators reached that conclusion after analysing four incidents in Garissa in the last six months.
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 BY KAMORE MAINA
TRAGEDY: Kenyan security forces secure the African Inland Church after an attack in Kenya’s northern town of Garissa, July 1, 2012.Photo/Reuters
TRAGEDY: Paramedics from Kenya Red Cross attend to a man wounded during an attack on a church in Kenya’s northern town of Garissa, at Wilson airport in Nairobi July 1, 2012 Photo/Reuters