Monday, 21 November 2011


The Reports from Mombasa and that which is given most global media organizations are contradicting each other.  The GMOs  would want their readers to believe that the number of guests has stayed high and that the already made hotel bookings have remained steady and yet  Kenya has reported that with permission from the Transitional Federal Government in Mogadishu which entered Somalia to hunt down and capture the Al Shabab militants. The mood among the elected hoteliers showed caution and belief that something good will happen soon thus the present booking situation is as a result of continuous marketing and telling the truth about Kenya in countries out it. They also admit that security measures are no longer as poor as before in area within and around tourist resorts to ensure the safety and security of visitors and hence attract more of the tourists to come and enjoy the resort or take a stroll along the beaches.
There are Patrols all over the place while others are in plain clothes working together with the police officers to keep the place safe and secure including the areas of capital Nairobi to all important urban centers and beaches between Malindi and Mombasa.
This military operation is now aiming at haunting down pirates on all water bodies and militant stronghold of Kismayu considering the earlier reports that Ras Kamboni, another pirate safe haven so far, has fallen to the fierce attack of Kenyan land forces and air attacks while TFG troops are on   other side trying to capture the Al Shabab militants who are on the run after being driven out of the capital. Kenya’s next step has already been sanctioned by the African Union and it is willing to provide the necessary support to Kenya to defend itself from the enemy. The United Nations Security Council hopes that there will be additional measures as agreed upon to block sea- and airborne supplies from reaching the militant castles.

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