Did Al Jazeera Journalist Predict Riverside Attack?

Did Al Jazeera Journalist Predict Riverside Attack?

An article by Zein Basrafi on Al Jazeera could have been a warning from beyond. However, nobody expected it to be fulfilled this soon. Titled 'Kenya's new security conundrum after ousting al-Shabab', the article came just a day (14 Jan) before Al Shabaab terrorists attacked an office and hotel complex in Nairobi.

Kenya's new security conundrum after ousting al-Shabab
For many Kenyans pushing al-Shabab back into Somalia has given way to unforeseen threats closer to home.

Kenyan leaders have little doubt that security has improved in recent years. But many Kenyans still living in camps near the front line say pushing al-Shabab back into Somalia has given way to unforeseen threats closer to home.
 In the past, al-Shabab preyed on desperate communities to recruit fighters for their cause. Experts warn government complacency could start the cycle of violence over again.

Kenya's new security conundrum after ousting al-Shabab

Nairobi, Kenya - High-profile attacks in Kenya by the armed group al-Shabab at the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi in 2013 and a university in Garissa in 2015 killed more than 200 people. The events changed the way the government deploys ground forces and carries out counterterrorism activities.

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