Monday, March 2, 2015
Twelve Al Shabaab Fighters Dispatched To Kenya To Blow Up Parliament
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Egypt authorities had requested Kenyan government to buffer security of the embassy, staff, Egyptian installation and other key installations.
The letter dated February 20 read in part:
“The Embassy kindly requests the relevant Kenyan authorities to take what it deems appropriate to upgrade and tighten security measures around Egyptian installations in Kenya.”
The attack on parliament building, which is said to have been planned by Mohammed Mohamud alias Dulyadeen alias Gamadheere, is likely to be carried out by a vehicle packed with explosive materials.
Parliament is said to be in panic mode and are in the process of purchasing sophisticated security system to deter the terror threats. Security agents have also been put through counter terrorism training in Israel and South Africa on VIP protection and security management.