Northeastern Regional Coordinator Mohamud Saleh on January 18, 2015 displays one of the weapons seized from an unoccupied house in Wajir Town believed to have been used to stage terrorist attacks. PHOTO | ABDIMALIK HAJIR | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Mr Saleh said the public shared valuable information that led to the recovery of weapons, including two live grenades.
He said that two grenades could not be displayed because they were "live" and their pins were loose.
He appealed to Kenyan youths who have joined the militants to come back under the government amnesty.
Mr Saleh reiterated President Kenyatta’s remarks that the attack on the KDF inside Somalia would not dampen Kenya’s fight against terror.