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S/Leoneans Safe in Nairobi Terrorist Attack

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S/Leoneans Safe in Nairobi Terrorist Attack

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This confirmation was made by Peter Joseph Francis, Sierra Leone High Commissioner to Kenya and Permanent Representative to the UNON, UNEP and UN-Habitat during an exclusive Interview via phone on Tuesday 15th January 2019.

Peter Joseph Francis’ confirmation of the safety of Sierra Leonean diplomats and Sierra Leonean citizens in Nairobi, comes as Kenyan security unleashed a massive operation in its capital – Nairobi after suspected Al-Shabaab militants that attacked the Dusit D2 Hotel, at 14 Riverside Drive, Westlands, Nairobi, killing five people. Three causalities are currently admitted at the Age Kahn Hospital in Nairobi.

In his effort to ensure that Sierra Leoneans in Nairobi were safe, High Commissioner Joseph Francis said no sooner he got the information, he got the entire staff of the Sierra Leone High Commission in Nairobi into a single building that is electronically protected.

 

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