Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

The world mourns with Manchester as the news of the Monday Night Suicide Bombing spread across the globe. The attack which has claimed 22 lives and about 59 others injured has been described as an evil plot and condemned as an act against humanity by sympathizers.

In his condolence message, Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya has promised to support the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May, in the fight against extremism in the country.

This was contained in a public statement to newsrooms while reacting to the attack.

“We share a long history with the UK, we remain allies and partners. I have assured the prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May, that she will have any help we can give; and that we will stand with her and with her country in the fight against extremism,” Uhuru said.

Manchester-born Abedi is suspected of detonating a homemade explosive device packed with nuts and bolts at about 10:30pm, near the foyer of the Manchester Arena, shortly after Miss Grande, the US singer, had finished her performance.

Thousands of young fans and their families were filing out of Europe’s largest indoor arena when the explosion ripped through the crowds, sparking panic. Screams rang out through the venue and victims described seeing smoke and being thrown across the floor by the blast.



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