DusitD2 hotel in Nairobi is set to re-open on August 2019 seven months after a terror attack that left 21 people dead.
DusitD2 itself lost six of its employees during the attack on January 15th as they held an emotional service for them.
The hotel has promised to beef up security in the premise for the well-being of the guest during its re-opening.
“The journey has began. As we prepare for our Grand Opening in August and in honor of our six fallen heroes, the @dusitD2nairobi flag has begun the journey from its home i.e the @DusitHotels headquarters at Bangkok and will make its way to Kenya through six dusitD2 properties.”
Al Shabab took responsibility for the bombing saying it was due USA President Donald Triump’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital city of Israel.