Nairobi's Dusit Hotel Resumes Business After Deadly Attack

The hotel is back in business after the deadly terror attack launched by Al-Shabaab terrorists - four of whom were killed by security forces, hours after their accomplice blew himself up right outside another hotel in the complex. In a show of defiance and resilience, customers from across the world had already started booking the high-end facility, barely hours before it opened.

Cabinet Secretaries for Tourism Najib Balala (3rd right), Sports Amina Mohamed (3rd left) and Defence Raychelle Omamo among other dignitaries during the reopening of DusitD2 hotel on July 31, 2019.

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