20 November 2012

Somalia: President Strongly Condemns the Horrific Terrorist Grenade Attack in Eastleigh

press release

Mogadishu — The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia H.E Hassan Sh. Mohamud strongly condemns the horrific terrorist grenade attack, which took place Sunday 18th of November 2012 in Eastleigh Nairobi.

The President sends his condolences to the victims and families of the cowardly attack that resulted in the death of nine innocent Kenyan's and wounded more than 30.

President Hassan Sh. Mohamud stated, "Terrorism, is the most timid, and inhumane activity against innocent civilian".

President Hassan Sh. Mohamud highlighted the sacrifices that Kenyan forces paid to restore peace and stability inside Somalia and noted such terrorist attack will not weaken the spirit of the Kenyan People and the relations between the Somali and Kenyan government.

President Hassan Sh. Mohamud also underlined that the people and the government of Somalia are showing strong solidarity with their Kenyan brothers and sisters at this moment of national grief.

He concluded by stating "Certainly, resorting to such brutal terrorist action will in no way hold back the people of Kenya".

Communication Office of the Somali President

Mogadishu, Somalia

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