- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 25, 2013

One person was killed and four others injured in a grenade attack at a market in the North Eastern Province of Kenya, the Ministry of Interior tweeted Wednesday afternoon.

“Security measures are in place.We appeal to the public to remain vigilant,give vital info to enable us flash out terrorists living among us,” the office tweeted shortly after, adding “We cannot win this WAR alone, we need your total support by reporting any suspicious characters and activities amongst you.”

Gunmen dropped two loud explosives, believed to be grenades, and exchanged gunfire with police in Wajir, Kenyan news website Standard Media reported.


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OCPD Isaiah Odhiambo said they are trying to find the suspects.

The attack comes just days after terrorists attacked Westgate Shopping Mall killing at least 72 people.

“We need your full support as we do our best to fully secure the country,” the Ministry of Interior tweeted at 3:39 p.m. ET Wednesday.