DAILY NATION | SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10 2017
Coast Regional Coordinator Nelson Marwa addresses journalists at Mama Ngina Drive in Mombasa on August 12, 2017. Mr Marwa has questioned why the military intervention to rid Boni Forest of Al-Shabaab terrorists has not been successful. PHOTO | KEVIN ODIT | NATION MEDIA GROUP
By KALUME KAZUNGU
Coast Regional Coordinator Nelson Marwa has raised concerns about the security operation being carried out by the Kenya Defence Forces in Boni Forest.
Mr Marwa questioned why the operation in Lamu County, launched on September 15, 2015 to end terrorist attacks by Al-Shabaab militants, has not yet borne fruits as had been anticipated.
“We have the Operation Linda Boni in place. It is now almost two years and the way things are, it’s like we haven’t achieved the objective of flushing out criminals inside the forest.
“We need to see changes in as far as the security of this county is concerned or else we replace you guys,” Mr Marwa said.