KDF SOT, Naval & Air Force Task-Force Capture Port Of Koday In South Somalia, Hundreds Of Al-Shabaab Militants Killed

KDF Special operations troops have on Sunday Morning landed alongside AMISOM and SNA troops in the port of Kuday in Somalia killing over 200 Al-Shabaab militants holding the port town.

Kenya on Saturday and throughout Sunday morning deployed a combined strike force of special forces, maritime and air force resources to attack the Somali port of Kuday held by elements of terror group Harakat Al-Shabaab Al-Mujahideen.

The joint task force has killed hundreds of Somali terror group Al-Shabaab militants based in the port.

As of the morning of Sunday 22nd March 2015, Kuday was in the hands of the joint task force.

Battle Damage Assessment reports confirm a multinational strike force of AMISOM and SNA troops supported by joint Kenya Defense Forces Ground troops, the Kenya Air force, and Kenya navy have captured the port of Kuday.

BDA Reports further report that the port is currently strewn with bodies of the dead militants. Reports further show Al-Shabaab terrorists are on the run to locations inland.

Kenya has deployed its air cavalry to pursue them.

Battle of Koday Port, Somalia

On the night of 21st March 2015, Kenya Military Intelligence gave the green-light for an attack on the port of Kuday in Somalia.

Kuday was key to Al-Shabaab survival. They controlled the sea, did export of charcoal through proxies and was their main logistics hub.

Most important was the drug and arms trade with elements in Middle East and Kenyan coast. This has now been cut-off and Al-Shabaab may not survive after losing this port.

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