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Why we may never get to know how many soldiers died in the El Adde attack

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Four years after the incursion, Kenya Defence forces are still hunting down for al Shabaab militants in Somalia. Kenya’s entry into Somalia under African Union Mission to Somalia forced al Qaida affiliated militia group to leave Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu which they nearly placed under their control in 2011.

Why we may never get to know how many soldiers died in the El Adde attack

By Obar Mark | 5 years ago

Women recruiters: The “World Changer” in the fight against terrorism

Women recruiters: The “World Changer” in the fight against terrorism

It has been nearly one and half years since Aqsa Mahmood left her comfortable home in Glasgow, Scotland. Just like any other normal day in Muzaffar’s family, Aqsa gave her father a warm hug as a sign of goodbye.

Obar Mark | 6 years ago

An open letter to Esther Arunga and her parents

At the moment, it’s not even necessary to start thinking of who is right or wrong in the Esther Arunga’s saga. Maybe, and just maybe, sidestepping facts and fictions about who or what is wrong with anyone is this story can be the first stride towards realizing the much needed restoration and resolution in our sister’s life.

Obar Mark | 6 years ago

Which way Kenya after Boris Johnson's victory

Little did Uhuru know that he’d be congratulating the same Boris as the new UK Prime Minister!

Obar Mark Asuelaa | 1 year ago

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