The Kenya Red Cross has shared with Kenyans the numbers that they should contact in search of their loved ones.
This comes after the Dusit Attack that is said to have started at
Kenyans have been urged to stay calm by the Inspector General Boinnet who today issued a statement to address the attack.
In most instances, what people forget is the emergency numbers and out of panic, the trapped and relatives who need help might be frustrated.
Already there seems to be a number that was circulating online and since it was unconfirmed, several agencies had to share out the information.
Apart from the Red Cross, the national police service have also shared a contact number.
They also called upon the citizens to cooperate with the police and share any information that may be helpful
Families searching for their loved ones can call our tracing hotline on 0715 820219. #Riversideattack
— Kenya Red Cross (@KenyaRedCross) January 15, 2019