President Uhuru Kenyatta Calls off his trip to Angola to mourn with Mandera attack victims

12 people were killed by Al Shabab members who attacked a guest house in Mandera. President Uhuru Kenyatta cancelled his trip to Angola in order to condole with the berieved members of the families affected by the attack.

The Deputy President, William Ruto is to represent him in the Security Summit starting today in Luanda, Angola.

In a statement from State House yesterday, President Kenyatta condemned the attack saying the government will do all in its power to bring the perpetrators to justice.
He also sent his deepest condolences to the families and he stands with them at this time of sorrow.

Unity is called for for every Kenyan despite our differences in religion since it is believed that the attack was aided by some of the locals living in Mandera.

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