Seven days after the Dusit attack the authories have asked the motorists who left their vehicles at the Dusit hotel complex to begin picking them up from Tuesday.
According to the Police Spokesman Charles Owino, the complex will be open to tenants and guests who were at the premises on the fateful January 15, 2019.
In addition the tenants of the Dusit complex can access their premises barely a week after the complex was attacked by Al Shabaab terrorists.
The communication comes after terrorists attacked the premises killing 21 people and over 700 others successfully evacuated.
The attack happened last Tuesday when gunmen accessed the complex and one of them blew himself up at the Secret Garden restaurant.
Kenyan security forces responded quickly and neutralized the terrorists in an operation that lasted for less than two days.
On Sunday police released photos of nine people wanted over last week’s terror attack on Dusit business complex.
Violet Kemunto Omwoyo (alias Khadija), Boru Adbi Bidu, Didu Mohamed Fugicha, Abdi Ali Kachora, Gaddafi (alias Munene), Ramadhan Wario Bonaya (alias Rasho), a man only identified as Omari, and Hussein Adan Hussein, alias Etto were the people police were pursuing.
However, on Monday, Gaddafi, Kachora, Boru, and Rasho surrendered to the police accompanied by their parents.
Police are still conducting investigations and questioning people linked to the attackers in a bid to bring those involved to book.