A group of Muslim pioneers in Kenya’s capital have censured the destructive inn assault by Islamic extremists, calling it “shameless and conflicting with any human qualities.”
In an announcement, the pioneers ask Kenyans to remain quiet and joined together and to “avoid the frantic endeavours by some misinformed components to partition the nation along religious and ethnic lines.”
Kenya’s leader says security powers killed the shooters who assaulted a lavish lodging and shopping complex in Nairobi on Tuesday. President Uhuru Kenyatta says 14 blameless individuals were executed.
Al-Shabab — the Somalia-based fanatic gathering connected to al-Qaida — asserted obligation regarding the bloodletting.