LIMURU MP John Kiragu has urged the police and the National Intelligence Service to stop the blame game over the Westgate Mall attack. He said their actions will raise political temperatures. Kiragu said it is the responsibility of every Kenyan including the government to be vigilant on security.
He said blaming each other will not provide a solution to the security loop in the country. Speaking in a Limuru School at the weekend, Kiragu called upon Parliament to review the Terrorists Act in and put in place stringent measures to fight the vice.
"This is not a time of blaming each other on who did or did not do what. We have to blame Kenya, all of us, because this is a place where we lost many people and it's now time to take make the matter important to all of us,' said Kiragu.
"It does not mean that the government organs were not functioning because there are people who were issuing statements about the attack. What does stopping someone from working help us with?"
Kiragu, whose two nieces were injured during the terror attack and are, undergoing surgeries in a local hospital, said the government needs to laws touching on security. "Even if we remove people from office, and we are not ready for such attacks, we shall always fall back and fail to protect our people as expected," said Kiragu.