South Sudan Condemns Nairobi Attack

This article was last updated on May 25, 2022

South Sudan Ambassador to Kenya Majok Guandong said that last night the South Sudan president Salva Kiir phoned the Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to express solidarity and condemned the act in strongest terms.

Ambassador Guandong urged the South Sudanese citizens in Nairobi to turn out in large numbers to donate blood to assist the victims of the attack and show solidarity with the Kenyans.

The ambassador was addressing the media at a blood donation centre set up in Nairobi city to help the attack victims.

The masked gunmen stormed a packed upmarket shopping mall early Saturday, killing 60 people and wounding dozens more in a massacre claimed by Somalia’s Al Qaeda-inspired Al Shabab rebels. 

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