Kenya’s National transport and safety authority (NTSA) office closed down.
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC) have closed down the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) building. The raiding and closing down of the NTSA office is due to an ongoing investigation of the 14 Riverside Drive attack.
Gunmen attacked Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi on the 15th of January 2019. The attack happened at Dusit hotel complex, claiming the lives of many.
The raid is to help inquire about the registration of the vehicle used in the terrorist attack that shook the nation. Some staff members responsible for facilitating the registration of Dusit D2 terror attack vehicle are also now in police custody.
Anti-terror police raid NTSA offices in Upper Hill, Nairobi as they probe registration of a vehicle used by 14 Riverside terror attackers.
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The Agency is now under immense pressure after pictures and some reports have surfaced showing their poor registration ability.
During the raid, Staff remained inside and everyone else were being ordered to leave the premises. This raid shows that the Kenya government is indeed out to fight terrorism in the country.