According to the Associated Press news agency, a convoy of aid workers from the Norwegian Refugee Council was ambushed by gunmen in Dadaab Refugee camp.
The attack happened close to the compound of Norwegian Refugee Council within IFO2 in Dadaab Camp, the world’s largest refugee camp.
Police sources told that a driver was killed in the assault who works with NRC.
A Norwegian Refugee Council official in Oslo told AP it was trying to get information on the attack and could not confirm the reports.
Islamists from the al-Qaeda group al-Shabab control large swathes of the country.
“So far we have not confirmed the nationalities of the four foreign workers who were kidnapped,” Philip Ndolo, from the Kenyan police, told Reuters news agency.
“We suspect this could be the work of al-Shabab sympathisers.”
Aid workers with MSF have been kidnapped from Dadaab refugee camp in the last year and many other workers have withdrawn from the camp.
Kenyan troops, Last October, entered Somalia for invasion against al-Shabab militants, they accuse of being behind various kidnappings in side Kenyan.
Somalia has had no effective central government since 1991.
Ahmed Haji Hassan