As Kenyans continue to deal with the aftermath of the deadly Dusit Hotel terror attack along 14 Riverside Drive in Westlands, the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has released the official phone numbers that families of those trapped inside the building can contact.
“For all those that are receiving information. Please use this number 0722839978 belonging to Musa Yego, the Head of Flying Squad as the alternative to sharing the information.Thank you.” The DCI Posted on their official Twitter handle.
You can also use this number 0721141282 belonging to Mr. Philip Ndolo. Thank you.
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) January 15, 2019
It is feared that there could still be several people trapped inside the building. The National Police Service issued a statement asking the public to desist from sharing unverified news.
The National Police specialised units are on site at 14 Riverside Drive to engage the attackers. Please utilise this channel for all official information and refrain from re-tweeting unconfirmed news.
— National Police Service-Kenya (@NPSOfficial_KE) January 15, 2019
IG Joseph Boinnett has asked the public to remain calm as security forces try to take control of the situation.