KDF relatives want the President to cancel Mombasa tour over Friday attack
19 January 2016, 09:32
Nairobi - Families of KDF soldiers who had been deployed in Somalia are accusing the government for taking too long to communicate.
The families that continue to flock various military bases to know the fate of their loved ones want the President to suspend his Mombasa tour and hold a crisis meeting over the same.
Their efforts to get information from the government have borne no fruit, those interviewed by Standard reported, with most getting impatient over the government’s delay to issue official communication on the attack.
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KDF has already embarked on a search and rescue mission in order to recover those injured or killed in the Friday attack.
Daily Nation reports that at least 30 soldiers have so far been flown to Nairobi for treatment.
Remains of those killed also started arriving at Wilson Airport Monday, with the military headquarters urging relatives to call the Defence headquarters, Defence Forces Memorial Hospital, Gilgil or Eldoret Barracks on 0792780862, 0792780863, 0792780864 or 0792780865 respectively for more information on their loved ones.
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