Hormuud Telecom, the biggest comnunication campany in Somalia has strongly condemned mass destruction of its branch-building headquarters near Somali border along Kenya.
In an online statement, Hormud says Kenyan troops destroyed its Telecom branch-building after crossing its border along Somalia.
The KDF soldiers using RPGs and grenade bombs demolished the Telecom branch building in Ali-Bulei area, some 30km north of border town of Dhobley, according to statement.
The Kenyan soldiers were also accused of killing two people following the raid.
Last month, Kenyan forces destroyed Hormud Telecom branch building near border town.
It remains unclear why Kenyan forces targeted Hormud Telecom offices near border towns.
There was no comment from Kenyan Defense Forces’ command in Nairobi over the deliberately property destruction and sexually violence near Somali border along Kenya.
In 2011, Nairobi has sent its troops into Somalia to fight against Al-Shabab in retaliation for a wave of kidnappings of foreigners that has blighted its tourism industry.
Kenyan forces crossed its border into Somalia to launch operations against Al-Shabab, in a bid to thwart orchestrated attacks by Al Qaeda-inspired group in Somalia.