Another Nairobi Blast Leaves 6 Dead


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Kenya Red Cross says more than 15 causalities have already recieved treatment.

The attacks occurred at Sheraton Cafe and The New Kwa Muzairua Super Grill Centre along Eastleigh’s 11th Street at around 7.30pm, according to the report.

The owner of Sheraton Cafe, Mr Patrick Gakuyu, told press that “people were watching the evening news when he heard two explosions followed by complete darkness”.

According to the Nairobi County police commander, Benson Kibue, initial reports indicated that six people were killed and 11 others injured.

In 2012, a blast in Nairobi’s Moi Avenue killed one person and injured more than 30.

On September 21, 2013, unidentified gunmen attacked Supermarket Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya.

The attack, which lasted until September 24, resulted in at least 67 deaths, including four attackers.

Over 175 people were reportedly wounded in the mass shooting, with all of the gunmen reported killed.

All these terror activities are said to be masterminded by Somali Al Shabaab militants and their recruits all over the region.

(Nairobi News)

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