Kenya should take necessary transparency measures to avert civilian fallout

The Secretary General of SOMESHA and the African Federation of Environmental Journalists (AFEJ) H.E. Mr. Daud Abdi Daud who is also a prominent human rights and inter-faith activist calls and pressures today the Kenyan authorities to take a very important steps to alleviate the exact criminal persons or violence supporters who involve criminal actions as well as terrorist attacks in Kenya.

“Injustice, stigma and discrimination actions by police and military forces can only give space and morality for those behind terrorist attacks in Kenya and they will obtain fresh supporter recruitment and I therefore call Kenyan authority to think intellectually and make a close relationship with Somalian elders, and professionals who live in Kenya in order to acknowledge for those behind terrorist acts and stop the civilian targets and detention “said Mr. Daud Abdi Daud of AFEJ

“When terrorism violence happen it needs diplomatic and academic response in a peaceful and neutral manner in order to approach where the terrorist groups come from and their folks supported at a grassroots level although corruption seems a legal tender in Kenya, Kenyan authorities needs a ground and social consultations in order to protect Kenyan and foreign civilians and keep up the security in general” Mr. Daud added

Mr. Daud’s strange comments came after a terrorist attack on a city bus in Nairobi, Kenya, on Saturday December 14, 2013 killed five passengers traveling through a Somali-dominated neighborhood, according to Kenyan police. They claimed the terrorists used a grenade in the incident and believe the perpetrators are members of Somalia’s al-Qaeda affiliated Al Shabaab.

For more information or interview you can be reached Mr. Daud Abdi Daud on +254 722 544 112 or email:


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