Families Demand Fight Against Terrorists After Kenya University Attack
As families and friends of the Garissa University attack victims lined-up at the Nyayo National Stadium to provide details of their loved ones, pressure mounted on the government to fight terrorists who have pledged further attacks on the country.
“We’ll not (stand for) continuing losing our children in cold blood because the government has failed to protect them,” lawmaker Chris Wamalwa visiting families at the Stadium.
He blamed anti-terrorist police unit for failing to prevent the attack and urged the president to disband the unit and form another tasked fighting terrorism. Lawmakers also called for increased cross-border surveillance - the terrorists are believed to be of Somali origin, according to police.