Breaking: Al Shabaab Terror Group Claims Responsibility for Deadly Dusit Hotel Attack

An upscale complex in Kenya's capital is under attack, with an explosion and heavy gunfire

Dreaded terror group, Al Shabab have confirmed that they are responsible for the deadly, Dusit D2 Hotel attack in Nairobi’s Westlands Estate.

The attack started at around 3 PM on Tuesday afternoon, when gunmen forced their way into the hotel, bombed vehicles at the gate and started shooting haphazardly.

And now, the Somali dreaded Somali armed group has confirmed that they’re now conducting an operation in  Nairobi.

Police Spokesperson Charles Owino had already told a local media house that they suspected this to be a terror attack. The National Police Service issued a statement warning motorists to keep off the 14 Riverside Drive.

Several vehicles are burning while people are being rushed and carried from the scene

The attack immediately reminds many Kenyans of the Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi in 2013, when al-Shabab extremists burst into the luxury shopping center, hurling grenades and starting a days-long siege that left 67 people dead.

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