Govt given 48 hours ultimatum to arrest attackers

Written By: George Kithuka

Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has issued a 48 hours ultimatum to have the government apprehend masterminds of Wednesday’s attack at Arabia secondary school that left two teachers dead.

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KNUT Mandera branch executive secretary Mohamed Kullow Sheikh says it is unfortunate that the government has failed to tackle rising insecurity in the region that has seen teachers suffer the brunt.

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Three days after unknown gunmen attacked Arabia secondary school in Mandera in an incident that left two teachers dead, Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Mandera is accusing security apparatus in the region of laxity.

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Mandera KNUT Branch executive secretary Mohammed Kullow is now giving the government two days to apprehend the perpetrators failure to which the union will mobilize teachers to hold demonstrations and suspend their labor.

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Gunmen said to be sympathetic to illegal Al Shabaab militia group attacked Arabia Boys School on Wednesday night killing two teachers.

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The government has since launched a manhunt for the attackers.


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