A Al-Shabaab top leader Fuad Mohamed Khalaf aka Fuad Shangole on Thursday (May 22nd) ordered terrorists cells to attack Kenya in what he termed as moving the war to Kenya.
The threats were made in a broadcast by a Fuad Mohamed Khalaf urging Islamists to rise up against Nairobi.
Latest threats on Kenya national security have had ramifications on the economy and investor confidence.
Western countries issued travel advisories which were downplayed by Netherlands prompting United Kingdom to retract its evacuation stand.
Terrorism can happen anywhere in the world, Netherlands diplomats said, citing latest advisories on Kenya as hostile and misguided.
The threat of terror in Kenya remains high and this should not be looked down rather addressed proactively.
Securing all possible targets including places of worship, entertainment spots, hotels, and even popular sex dens in cities in Kenya must be done.