THE bodies of ten people who were killed in the Westgate Mall terrorist attack are yet to be identified at the City Mortuary, government pathologist Dr Jahnsen Oduor has said.
Oduor yesterday said 38 bodies have been taken to the morgue since the Saturday attack.
Almost all the victims had gunshot wounds and died from excessive bleeding.
Without giving names of the bodies at the mortuary, Oduor said they included foreigners and locals.
Nineteen bodies were at MP Shah Hospital on Sunday night while about five bodies including those of President Uhuru's nephew Mbugua Mwangi and his fiancee Rosemary Wahito were moved to the Lee Funeral Home.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph ole Lenku yesterday said 62 people died contradicting earlier figures by the Red Cross which placed the number at 69.
The government announced that 175 people were injured and admitted to various hospitals across the city.
Out of those injured, Lenku said less than 50 were still admitted while the rest had been treated and discharged.
Those killed in the attack include lawyer Peter Simani and East FM presenter Ruhila Adatia-Sood.
The British Foreign office said four Britons were killed in the attack.
Although the British government said it is still confirming the names of the dead, BBC reported that 33-year-old Ross Langdon and his partner Elif Yavuz were among the victims.
Others killed in the attack were Ghanaian poet Prof Kofi Awoonor, Bidco Oil chairman Mitul Shah, Neha Mashru of India-based Nevkar Trading Company, N Shridhar of Harleys.