Al-Qaeda linked Islamist group, Al-Shabaab has on Wednesday apprised Kenya to withdraw all their forces from Somalia that was sent to African Union peacekeeping mission to fight against Al-Shabaab.
As reported by Punch news, the group has sworn in a statement to strike Kenya after attacking the US military base and conducting multiple cross-boarder attacks.
“Withdraw all your forces from our Muslim lands while you still have the chance. Otherwise, brace yourselves for the worst and prepare for perilous times ahead, because Kenya will never be safe and Kenyans will never sleep soundly at night.
Tourists and travellers visiting the country are hereby warned that there will no longer be any safe sightseeing or safari trips in Kenya,” reads part of the statement.
The islamic group has also said it will make US interests in Kenya their primary target.The group has assured the general public that it will make sure that there is no safety anywhere in the country.
The statement has come in almost a year after the January 15 siege of the upscale Dusit hotel complex in Nairobi left 21 dead. Previous attacks have killed 67 at the Westgate shopping centre in 2013 and 148 at Garissa University in 2015.