Three putting up wall along Kenya-Somalia border killed in explosion
SEE ALSO :Border opening to spur Somali tradeThe deputy county commissioner added that the explosive must have been planted early in the morning by Al-Shabaab militants. He said those working on the wall were usually guarded by security officers and escorted to the site, but this particular team had left without a security detail. He said investigations were underway to establish why the contractor and his men left for the site unaccompanied. Kenya announced it would build a security wall to prevent Al-Shabaab militants from getting into the country, following the deadly April 2, 2015 attack at Garissa University College that left 148 people dead. Most of those killed were students. The workers have been targeted since the construction began.