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We Stand By Kenya, World Leaders Assure Kenyatta

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The leaders assured that they will continue backing Government and the people of Kenya in their efforts to defeat terrorism in all its manifestation.

On the regional front, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania, Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi, Salva Kiir of South Sudan and Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia voiced their solidarity with Kenya.

The regional leaders said they stood ready to offer any help that Kenya requires at this difficult time.

Messages of support and solidarity from the rest of Africa were conveyed by the Dean of African Diplomatic Corps and Zimbwabean Ambassador to Kenya, Kelbert Nkomani.

Amb. Nkomani said Deputy William Ruto’s wish to join the rest of Kenyans in mourning those who lost their lives in the Westgate terror attack should be granted by the ICC.

“Please accept, Your Excellency, our condolences to you, your Government and the entire people of Kenya following the death of so many innocent people both Kenyans and other nationalities,” Amb. Nkomani said.

The ambassador, speaking on behalf of all African envoys accredited to Kenya, expressed hope that the perpetrators of the heinous act will be made to pay for their crime.

President Kenyatta said he was grateful for the support Kenya had received from the region, Africa and the world.

“We thank especially our neighbours from the East African region for firmly standing with us during this difficult time,” President Kenyatta said.

He assured that the Government is working round the clock to ensure the situation is addressed conclusively.


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