Nairobi: Outrage in Eastleigh over money-transfer freeze
Kenyan authorities have suspended the licences of 13 money transfer firms believed to be involved in funding al-Shabab.
They have frozen the accounts of 86 individuals in response to the Garissa university attack last week.
This will affect many Somalis who rely on remittances sent by relatives living abroad.
The BBC's Milton Nkosi has been to Eastleigh in Nairobi which has a predominantly Somali community.
08 Apr 2015
- From the section Africa