by Onize Ohikere
Posted 2/18/16, 02:20 pm
The Somalia-based extremist group al-Shabaab could face a major setback after an airstrike killed its head of intelligence, according to Kenyan military officials.
Kenya’s military spokesman, Col. David Obonyo, said the attack took place 10 days ago when Mahad Karate went to Nadris camp to preside over the graduation of some 80 recruits into Amniyat, the intelligence wing of al-Shabaab. The attack also killed 10 midlevel al-Shabaab members and 42 recruits.