On Monday, the US made it clear that it was very upset that Kenya had killed Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif.
Ned Price, a spokesman for the U.S. Department of State, told reporters in Washington that he was sad about the death of Arshad Sharif. He expressed his condolences to Arshad’s family, friends, and anyone who knew and was acquainted with him.
A representative for the United States Department of State stated that Kenya ought to look into the death of Arshad Sharif. He claimed that it is unknown what caused his death; however, we insist on a thorough investigation.
Ned Price said that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) works with countries all over the world to protect journalists and independent media.
He said that Arshad Sharif’s work shows how much he cares about the right to free speech. “His work was worldwide,” he continued.
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