Kenya Intelligence Ignored Our Warnings On Imminent Attack

Kenya Intelligence Ignored Our Warnings On Imminent Attack

An article run by the Guardian says that officials now claim that Kenya Intelligence services ignored their warnings on an imminent attack on high profile targets. The attack on 14 Riverside complex left the country recovering from a persistent threat that is the Al Shabaab.

The article published on 16 January paints a bad light of the Kenyan authorities who have repeatedly said that they take all intel into account.

The article says that 'Western officials frustrated by lack of response ahead of assault that killed 14 in Nairobi'

The article says in part;

Intelligence services in Kenya were warned that al-Shabaab was planning terrorist attacks on high-profile targets in the east African country around Christmas and the new year, western and regional security officials have said.
Officials and other sources told the Guardian the warnings had been passed on several times in recent months, adding that they had been frustrated not to see a greater response from Kenyan authorities.

Read the full article;

Kenya received warnings of imminent al-Shabaab terror attack

Western officials frustrated by lack of response ahead of assault that killed 14 in Nairobi

 No official response has been received from the Kenya government on this issue.

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