KENYA (WKOW) – Police and intelligence sources say there was a warning about a possible attack like the one at the Nairobi mall about a year ago.
Now politicians want to know why nothing has been done to prevent the devastation. Hearings are being planned by the Kenyan parliament to talk about how the raid was handled.
One member believes his country is still safe. Member of Kenyan Parliament, Dalmus Otieno, says "We believe there is absolutely no need for travel advisory so that people don't come to Kenya. 9/11 did take place and America took action. We are also taking action on this one."
The Westgate Mall terrorist attack by members of Al-Shabaab left at least 67 people dead and destroyed parts of the shopping center.
Thirty-nine people are still unaccounted for and are possibly buried under the rubble.
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