Namibia's tour of Kenya next month has been postponed due to security concerns after a recent spate of grenade attacks in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

A recent attack on a church near the Gymkhana Club in Nairobi, where the matches were scheduled to take place, left one person dead and fifteen others injured. The attacks are thought to be a response to the Kenyan government's decision to send troops into southern Somalia.

It is thought that the series will now be played in Mombasa in September, the location of Kenya's matches against Ireland earlier this year. Security concerns initially threatened cancellation of that tour too, before an ICC security report gave Ireland the OK to tour.

This will be the second time Namibia have had an Intercontinental Cup match postponed, after confusion over visas delayed their match against Ireland last year.