Dusit D2 Businesses Return to Normal

  • Dusit D2 hotel after terrorist attack The Star
  • Motorists whose vehicles had been trapped inside the Dusit complex along 14 Riverside Drive have been allowed to pick them while tenants can access their offices. 

    According to Police spokesman Charles Owino, the complex will be open to tenants and guests who were at the premises on January 15, 2019.

    “The tenants can access their premises at the complex from Tuesday,” the official stated.

    Dusit D2 after the Jan 15, 2019 attack

    More than 700 people were rescued from the scene, with some of the people critically injured being taken to various hospitals for treatment.

    The attackers were neutralized with ten arraigned in court over the attack. The court ordered that they are detained for 30 days to allow further investigations.

    The police were combing the complex to determine whether there were any explosives left after the attack which were later detonated.

    This comes the same day a memorial service was held at Citam Valley Road for six Cellulant employees who lost their lives trying to save others.

    Family, friends and government officials converged at the church among them ICT CS Joe Mucheru and Youth and Gender Affairs CAS Rachel Shebesh.

    A floral tribute held at 3.05pm at the Consolata shrine in the same area.

    Cellulant employees who perished in the attack