Nairobi: The International Cricket Council’s safety and security delegation ended a two-day inspection of security arrangements in Kenya for next month’s World Cup on Tuesday but did not disclose its findings.
The leader of the delegation, Campbell Jamieson, told a news conference that his team would be issuing a detailed report to the ICC.
Kenya is scheduled to host two games in Nairobi — against New Zealand on February 21 and Sri Lanka on February 24 — in a tournament that is mainly being played in South Africa.
New Zealand have raised concerns about playing in Kenya after last November’s attack on an Israeli-owned hotel in the port of Mombasa, which killed 16 people.
“We have met various parties including officials from the ministries of sport and internal security, and it is from our discussions and findings that we will make a detailed report to the ICC,” said Jamieson.