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Terror in Nairobi

130921171630-26-kenya-mall-horizontal-galleryI have a deep love in my heart for Nairobi, Kenya and its indigenous people. It was one of the cities I spent time in on my first trip to the Motherland back in 1985. The people were warm,  friendly and humble. Most of the people I met would not be able to afford to shop at the Westgate Mall where terrorists rained bullets on innocent shoppers. Some observers believe that the mall was the target because it is frequented by Westerners.  Still, the fact that Kenya is allegedly becoming the battleground for Al Qaeda is troubling. In this case  it’s  Shabab, an Islamist militant group based in Somalia. Add long-time corruption by government officials, and it spells untold suffering for the masses of Kenyans.

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