Terror Attacks: Odinga Telephones Uhuru


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sale geneva;”>Gunfire is still raging in the shopping structure as security forces battle the Al Shabaab terrorists in a situation that has brought Kenya to its knees.

“Fellow Kenyans, I have had a telephone conversation with President Kenyatta and we have agreed to meet often to work out a way forward for the country following yesterday’s terror attack. This is time for all of us to work as a team for the sake of Kenyans,” said Odinga in a brief statement on Sunday.

“Our security forces have assured me that they are in charge of the situation. Let us remain calm and pray for God’s guidance as they seek to bring the matter to a decisive conclusion,” he added.

Odinga’s comes at a very trying time when political leaders are calling for unity to bring the security crisis to an end.

The former Presidential candidate called upon the international community to desist from issuing travel advisories.

“Terrorism is a global threat that must be met with a united front,” he concluded.


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