A vehicle suspected to be laden with explosive material has been found abandoned at Pangani area of Kenyan Capital Nairobi.
Police sources have confirmed finding an abandoned vehicle near the Don Bosco school along Juja Road at Pangani area.
Sniffer dogs were used to screen the vehicle and the findings may have confirmed explosive materials inboard the vehicle.
The bomb disposal unit of the Kenya police is on its way to dispose the bomb.
Police will also screen the vehicle and its ownership to identify who owned and who last was driving it.
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