Three suspected al-Shabab militants have been killed after they attacked a police camp in Kenya’s japanese County of Garissa, near the border with Somalia, police say.
Different fighters had been repulsed by safety officers, a press release mentioned.
At the very least eight Kenyan law enforcement officials had been killed in an al-Shabab bomb assault final week in north-eastern Wajir County.
The militants have been making an attempt to overthrow the Somali authorities.
The al-Qaeda-linked group has carried out assaults and kidnappings in Kenya, vowing retribution for the nation’s involvement with Amisom – a 20,000-strong African Union drive serving to to help the federal government in Somalia.
The Friday evening assault occurred in Yumbis Border Patrol unit camp in Fafi sub-county, however safety officers didn’t endure any casualties, police mentioned.
The militants broken a cell phone mast, reducing off communication within the space, native newspaper The Star reviews.
A staff of safety forces was pursuing the surviving assailants, police mentioned.