"Jessica Axberg, 30, living in the vicinity of the hotel complex which was attacked in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi."
"– First came two bangs and then many shots. It sounded very close, " she says to TT."
"Jessica Axberg working with agricultural issues on a kenyan frivillighetsorganisation in Nairobi for the past two years. When the attack occurred on Tuesday afternoon, she sat with the computer at home in the apartment, which is about 500-1, 000 metres from the hotel complex."
"– When I heard the shots and they so I thought that it sounded like the shot, it was someone who shot, but then calmed I down me and thought that it came from a construction site. But I realized that it was actually a shooting when the messages from friends started coming in mobile phones. It will be of course shaken."
"– There were helicopters up in the air, which was, straight above in the several hours since I live so close."
"She says that none of her friends have suffered in the attack, but two buddies who work at the embassy of Finland located in the vicinity of the complex you stay indoors out of fear to go out. Herself she follows the course of events at home in the apartment by watching kenyan tv channels."
"– It is on all the news. I get the idea that it is a nationwide crisis."
"Jessica Axberg has been in the complex several times, most recently in november in connection with a visit to the restaurant."
"– It feels strange and unreal, at the same time that I am aware of the security situation. It is not a question of whether it will happen, but about when it will happen. It's always in the back of the head. It is clearly scary."
"the Second attack for Jessica"
" I came only a minute afterwards and saw how the attacker lay dead on the ground outside."
" People at home wondering how I can live in a country that is so dangerous, but I reply to 99% of the time it is safe."