Kenya: Avoid Riverside area in Nairobi
16 Jan 2019 - by
Travellers in Nairobi are being advised to avoid the Riverside area affected by the ongoing activities at the Dusit D2 compound in Riverside Drive.
Law enforcement and medical personnel are on the scene. Just before 10h00 on Wednesday morning (January 16) President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that all attackers had been ‘eliminated’. Travellers are advised to continue to treat the area as an active crime scene.
International SOS told Travel and Meetings Buyer (TAM): “We recommend travellers in the city act with extra caution throughout the day, although the incident is currently isolated to the Riverside area. This area will remain cordoned off for at least the next 12 hours.”
This is a developing story.