Bodies of several residents of Mandera County who had disappeared from the town were found in a mass grave yesterday.
It’s alleged that one of the bodies discovered was a mother who was among those who disappeared mysteriously in Mandera Town.
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The woman who has been identified as Isnina was operating a kiosk opposite Arabia Bus station and was allegedly abducted on December 3, 2015, by plain clothed officers in a civilian car.
Mandera Senator Billow Kerrow has condemned the killings;
I want to express my utter disgust and condemnation of the extra judicial killings by our security agents once again. the discovery of mass graves in Mandera yesterday evening is a clear indication that this evil process of extermination of suspects in total disregard of due process is the norm rather the exception. Leaders from the county will meet this morning to plan a course of action. Clearly, this has gone too far and must stop. Its time we say no, not just as leaders but as a society too. – Mandera Senator Billow Kerrow
Check out the horrific images and some of the reactions from Kenyans on Twitter below;
The search for missing mother of five in Mandera leads to shocking discovery of mass graves of dozens of victims of enforced disappearances
— billow kerrow (@bkerrow) December 6, 2015
#StopKillingSomalis Kenya is governed by rule of law. Suspect need to be arrested and taken to court.
— issack Ibrahim (@sasakasasak) December 7, 2015
#StopKillingSomalis are we seeing another incident of "Wagala massacre" here… We need some explanation
— darwin Ambuka (@darwinambuka) December 7, 2015
#StopKillingSomalis All lives matter ?
— Nyeri Businessman™ (@LordGichohi) December 7, 2015
— Ahmed Mohamed™ (@asmali77) December 7, 2015
We are all Kenyans and we have equal rights among ourselves, don't create enemity among ourselves, Somalis are Kenyans #StopKillingSomalis
— Jarmal Rashid (@JarmalRashid) December 7, 2015
Extrajudicial killings and torture breeds extremism and radicalization. #StopKillingSomalis
— Abdimajid Mohamed (@Majid_Official) December 7, 2015