Kenyatta Meets Security Chiefs


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store geneva; font-size: small;”>President Kenyatta later met security chiefs in a brief session at the JKIA.

The meeting came just a few hours after armed assailants raided Gamba town in Lamu County, and Hindi Tana, River County, killing at least 28 people in cold blood.

This was the latest in a series of attacks on civilian areas by unknown extremists.

Recently, 48 people were killed when Al Shabaab gunmen raided Mpeketoni in June.

Sources say Kenyatta was briefed on the security situation in Lamu and also preparation for today’s much-anticipated July 7 opposition protests.

CORD is expected to hold protests against President Kenyatta’s government today in Nairobi.

Church leaders have since urged CORD to restrain itself from cultivating a ground for violence, insisting the rallies are ill-timed.

While in Kigali, President Kenyatta launched the East Africa Exchange (EAX), a new project under the Northern Corridor Integration projects.

The electronic trading platform will enable buyers and sellers to connect throughout the region and also create a broader access to markets and the global economy.

The launch was witnessed by Presidents Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Yoweri Museveni (Uganda), and Salva Kiir of S. Sudan.

President Kenyatta also joined three other regional Heads of State for the 20th National Liberation day of Rwanda at Amahoro Stadium, Kigali. The day is commemorated in remembrance of the Rwandans killed during the 1994 genocide.


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