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Shortly before the launch, four people were arrested for vandalising the new tracks and stealing “assorted railway parts”, according to court documents.
Last October, the Kenyan government decreed a curfew, extended for three months in April, in Mandera county, and also beefed up security in the region to counter such attacks.
Tuesday’s attack came in the central eastern town of Liboi, which is some 60 kilometres from Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp, the world’s largest and which shelters mainly Somalians.
The five-hour trip will take less than half the time to drive between the two cities, a hair-raising trip on a one-lane highway clogged with lumbering trucks and where accidents claim dozens of lives each year.
South Africa’s credit grade dropped to junk as uncertainty plagues country “Today we celebrate one of the key cornerstones to Kenya’s transformation to an industrialised, prosperous, middle-income country,” Kenyatta said at the inauguration ceremony.