According to some reports, the French government and the German Embassy cautioned its citizens in Kenya to avoid public areas and crowded places(hotels, airports, clubs, restaurants, transportation hubs, schools, and places of worship) over fears of looming terror attacks.
Earlier today (28th January), the United States Embassy also Called out to its citizens residing in Kenya to be vigilant when visiting entertainment places and shopping malls.
As per State House spokesperson Kanze Dena, president Uhuru Kenyatta held a high profile meeting with the National Government Administration Office, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, PS Karanja Kibicho, Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua and the National Police Service in order to discuss security issues in the country following the stern aleart by the Western Countries.
This is what the state House spokesperson said:
With the police service concentrating its efforts in Nairobi, North Eastern, and Coast in an attemp to avert the possible danger, What is your opinion on this matter? Leave a comment, let's keep the discussion going.
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