'Stronger' Resolve In Kenya To Fight Al-Shabaab After Attack
The UK High Commissioner to Kenya said the country now has a "stronger" resolve to defeat Al-Shabaab fighters.
Video: UK High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, speaks to Forces News from Nairobi.
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta is more determined than ever to fight Al-Shabaab in Somalia after the group’s attack on a Nairobi hotel, Britain’s High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, has told Forces News.
“I’ve spoken to President Kenyatta since this attack and his resolve to pursue the campaign in Somalia is actually stronger,” Mr Hailey said.
Kenyan troops in Somalia are supporting the Mogadishu Government in their fight against Al-Shabaab. Soldiers from other East African nations are also involved, as are a small number of British troops.