Latest report indicates that at least 300 Al-Shabaab members are living in Boni forest with their wives and children.
The terrorist are believed to be surviving on game foods and supplies from Kenyan sympathizers.
“senior prosecution counsel at the Directorate of Public Prosecutions Daniel Wamotsa says a number of incidents on May 13 offered them new and compelling evidence that the terror gang is still within Boni Forest, where Khalid Mohamed Ali was accused of offering supplies,” The star, July 20, 2015
Boni forest is covers part of Kenya-Somalia border and it’s rarely visited by locals and security personnel.
According to Chrispus Mutali, Lamu County Coordinating Police Commander, they cannot penetrate into the forest due to poor communication and inaccessibility.
Al-Shabaab has become a thorn in the flesh of the Kenyan Government since it invaded Somalia. The group has caused untold suffering to many families, the latest being the Garissa University attack.