Kenya Now Safe for Stay and Visits – Kenyatta

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that all the gunmen behind Nairobi hotel complex attack have been killed.

Speaking during the presidential national address early this morning, Uhuru added that the 19-hour hostage crisis is over citing that only 14 civilians died in the attack claimed by the al-Shabab armed group.

Kenyatta also promised that his government will not waiver under the attacks of terrorists but instead peruse them and bring them to justice.

The President said it is time for Kenya to show their undoubted resolve, adding that all terrorists have since been put out of action but their accomplices will be pursued.

“We will seek out every person that was involved in the funding, planning and execution of this heinous act, we will pursue them. Multi efforts are underway to detect, deter and defeat all terrorists or groups.” Kenyatta added.

Kenyatta concluded by calling upon Kenyans to return to work and build their nation as well as assuring foreigners and the nation that the country is safe.

“I assure fellow Kenyans and our visitors that u are safe in Kenya. Inform the police and any authority of any suspicious individuals. We can never take anything fro granted, we shall continue the never ending work of strengthening our systems. We shall continue making our nation inhospitable to terrorists’ groups.”

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