East Africa

‘No imminent threat’ at Kenya airports


Kenyan officials say there is no credible information of an imminent threat against the country’s airports after a leaked memo warned of possible suicide attacks by al-Shabab militants.

The head of Kenya’s airports authority, Yatich Kangugo, said at a press conference that the memo contained unverified information which had been released prematurely.

The document warned that airports in the capital, Nairobi, and Mombasa were among those being targeted by militants trained in Somalia.

He said disciplinary action would be taken against the person responsible for the leak.


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