Terror attacks: Kenya losing sh100m a day
27 October 2011, 16:51
Nairobi – The Nairobi Central Business District Association (NCBDA) has said that, businesses in the Central Business District are losing about sh100million a day due to threats from Somali militia group Al Shabaab.
In a joint statement, issued to The Standard, the NCBDA and security firm, SENACA warned that the ongoing terror attacks in Kenya is becoming a serious threat to businesses.
Timothy Muriuki, the NCBDA chairman said that activity has gone down in malls, bars and supermarkets due to what he termed as ‘uncalled for fear’.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Muriuki warned that if the situation is not contained thousands of jobs could be lost.
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