IN THIS ISSUE

In a BBC News online article of May 20, 2015 published under the caption “Somali defector: Why I left Al-Shabaab,” BBC Africa correspondent, Andrew Harding, points out that as much as military
operations by Amisom Forces and Somali National Army are putting pressure on Al- Shabaab and diminishing their capability to carry out attacks inside Somalia, the militant group is slowly but steadily changing tack by seeking new operational capabilities in Kenya. “There is growing concern about the extent to which al-Shabaab has now infiltrated Kenya, as well as real fears of escalating violence in Jubaland, the border area inside Somalia where Kenya’s military has sought to carve out a buffer zone,” says Harding in his article.


Al-Shabaab could pull a Boko Haram on Kenya

Page 1 & 2 & 5


Council gives assurance on madrassa curriculum

Page 2


Bungoma kids inspired to champion change

Page 5


Engage parents, students to improve discipline and performance in schools

Page 6


Idd Al-Adha: A model for sharing and caring

Page 11


Kisumu Kadhi reiterates that Islam does not discriminate against women

Page 16

 

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