PREGNANT POLICE WOMAN WARNED BY NIS BROTHER NOT TO GO TO WESTGATE ON THE DAY OF THE ATTACK


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A pregnant police woman who regularly  window shopped at westgate on Saturdays has recorded a statement stating that her brother warned her not to visit WestGate because of an impending attack.

She told police that her brother who is a NIS officer, warned her not to visit Westgate that Saturday because she would not be able to run with her bulging tummy,” a senior officer involved in the investigation said yesterday. The policewoman was picked up from her home on Tuesday night and taken to CID headquarters on Kiambu road where she was interrogated for four hours before being allowed to go home.

Meanwhile, information is also emerging that the National Intelligence Service gave advance warning of the Westgate attack, according to some security officers. Gen Michael Gichangi, NIS Director General, is due to meet MPs of the Defense and Foreign Relations committee this morning.

 Gichangi apparently would prefer to testify in public but Defense committee chairman Ndungu Gethenji (Tetu) has indicated that the meeting will be closed to the media.  Two NIS officers who did not want their identities revealed yesterday told the Star that their organisation had given advance warning of the attack to Inspector General of Police Service David Kimaiyo and Criminal Investigations Department director Ndegwa Muhoro.

 They sensationally claimed that Kimaiyo and Muhoro should be investigated for failing to act on intelligence briefs given to them.  They also claimed that some senior officers within the Office of the President should be investigated for “suppressing” intelligence reports.

They said NIS was not to blame for the Westgate attack that has claimed over 100 lives.

She has told police that her brother who is a NIS officer warned her not to visit Westgate that Saturday because she would not be able to run with her bulging tummy,” a senior officer involved in the investigation said yesterday.

The policewoman was picked up from her home on Tuesday night and taken to CID headquarters on Kiambu road where she was interrogated for four hours before being allowed to go home.

– See more at: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-137366/nis-gave-advance-westgate-warning#sthash.bwyxoV0N.dpuf

her brother who works for the NIS warned her not to visit Westgate on Saturday because of an impending attack. – See more at: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-137366/nis-gave-advance-westgate-warning#sthash.bwyxoV0N.dpuf
her brother who works for the NIS warned her not to visit Westgate on Saturday because of an impending attack. – See more at: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-137366/nis-gave-advance-westgate-warning#sthash.bwyxoV0N.dpuf
her brother who works for the NIS warned her not to visit Westgate on Saturday because of an impending attack. – See more at: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-137366/nis-gave-advance-westgate-warning#sthash.bwyxoV0N.dpuf
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