Kenya's Foreign Minister Amina Mohammed, called for her country to put its house in order at home as well as in the global arena in the wake of the recent attack on Nairobi's Westgate Mall which took place this week.
"The attack shows that we are not doing enough to fight terrorism," said the Minister during an interview with the British newspaper, The Telegraph. "This relates to Kenya, and also to the United States and Britain, who had citizens taking part in the terrorist attack. It appears that the British leader of the terrorist cell had had previous experience in these kind of actions, and this demands special attention at the international level," Mohammed added.
The woman the Minister was referring to is British subject, Samantha Lewthwaite, nicknamed "The White Widow". She is the widow of the suicide bomber who was behind the London terror attacks of 2005.