#SaveKenyansinBurundi: Kenyan trapped in Burundi? Talk to us

BurundiThe Standard Group Limited, the publishers of The Standard, The Nairobian, KTN, Radio Maisha and Standard Digital is mounting a campaign to identify and help Kenyans stranded in Bujumbura and link them with evacuation agencies.

This campaign is aimed at linking those trapped in the City of Bujumbura and any other parts of Burundi and seeking a connection with family, friends, relatives, rescue missions and the Kenya Government officials.

You can share your experiences, images, location with us as we facilitate linking you with evacuation agencies, Kenya government agencies and other rescue missions.

If you or your relatives are trapped in Bujumbura or any parts of Burundi please share the contact information with us or email us at [email protected]

We are cognizant of the fact that the internet and phone challenges may be experienced but you are encourage those who have escaped to safety and those still trapped to help us save Kenyans.

We pray for the safety of every Kenyan citizen as well as all people affected by the disturbances currently being experienced in Burundi and wish for quick restoration of peace, law and order. #SaveKenyansinBurundi

A section of the Port city of Bujumbura. Uncertainty has rocked Burundi after army general Godefroid Niyombare launched a coup attempt against President Pierre Nkurunziza. Wednesday, Niyombare orderd closure of aiports and borders, hindering return of Nkurunziza whos was attending a EAC extra-ordinary summit in Tanzania. (Photo:AFP)

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