14 Riverside Management, owners of the Dusit hotel and office complex, has pledged to support all the victims of the terrorists’ attack that left at least 21 dead.
The management said they would remain unbowed by the unfortunate incident, 14 Riverside Management said their immediate concern is the “comfort of all affected families and persons.”
“The management of 14 Riverside commits to provide support to enable all the affected persons to speedily recover and come out stronger from this terrible incident,” it said in a statement.
“We offer our sincere condolences and sympathy to the families and friends of our 21 brothers and sisters, who lost their lives following the attack. We are praying and wishing for a speedy and full recovery to all those who were injured.”
At the same time, the management condemned the “heinous attack” saying such acts have no place in modern society.
“We join the Kenya Unbowed chorus, noting that, such heinous acts, do not have a place in modern society,” read, in part, the statement.
“We have been injured but we refuse to be cowed by such cowardly acts, which only serve to renew our commitment to overcome all forms of violence, oppression and discrimination.”
The management asked “everyone to be patient and allow the relevant authorities to complete and finalise their investigations and adhere to their security restrictions.”