“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”
Most of the bombs are blue in colour and attract children who are grazing in the absence of adults. Our animals are not spared either,” he said.
“Children, women and livestock are the most prone to the explosives since our people keep on moving around. Sometimes you find they have built structures where some of the explosives are buried by soil,” he said.
Residenti della località “Ndonyo Nanga” chiedono alle autorità più bonifica del territorio. Infatti domenica due bambini sono morti a causa dell’esplosione di un residuato bellico. Un terzo bimbo è ricoverato presso l’ospedale di Meru.
Biography of a Bomb