Somalia, Kenya agree to rump up war on Al Shabaab
NAIROBI, Kenya –Somalia and Kenya has agreed to rump up war on Al Shabaab weeks after hotel attack has left 21 people dead in Kenya.
Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has hosted Somali PM Hassan Ali Khaire Tuesday at State House, Nairobi.
Khaire delivered a goodwill and condolence message to President Kenyatta from President Mohammed Abdullahi Mohamed of Somalia following the recent terrorist attack at Riverside Drive.
Somali PM hails a key role played by Kenya in the stabilization and reconstruction of Somalia, while continuing fighting against Al Qaeda linked Al Shabaab.
The two leaders agreed to boost war on Al Shabaab.
This comes after Al Shabaab carried out deadly attack on hotel that killed at least 21 people in Kenya
PM Khaire said the terror attack at the DusitD2 complex has only strengthened the resolve for the two countries to defeat terrorism and violent extremism.
President Kenyatta thanked the Somali leadership for their support and solidarity following the Riverside attack and their commitment to continue working with Kenya in the fight against terrorism.
The President expressed his delight to learn that Somalia is on the positive trajectory, economically, socially and in its relations with global partners.