Alshabaab terrorist have killed Three non-local teachers in a suspected terror attack in Kamuthe area, Garissa county.
According to police reports A communication mast and a police post were also targeted in the Monday 1 am attack.
police confirmed that the terrorists began the attack at Kamuthe Police Post at 2:00 AM in the morning.
They torched sections of the police p trying to bring down a communications mast located nearby.
Officers from Bura East Police Station responded to reports of the attack despite being fears of IEDs being planted on the road.
Al-Shabaab have in the past used the tactic to ensure response to various critical situations is hindered.
The militants also razed down the local health centre and destroyed the Safaricom mast, County Commissioner Meru Mwangi said.
Al-Shabaab have in the past targeted non-local teachers in the North Eastern region, causing mass exodus of teachers from particular areas.
Operations in at least 224 schools in Wajir County, for example, almost ground to a halt in early 2018 as non-local teachers fled after the February 16, 2018 attack that saw two non-Muslim teachers killed.