20 years since the worst terror attack in the country’s history occurred as most of the survivors claim they are yet to be compensated as promised.
Speaking to the chairman of the Victims association Douglaus Ndialo says most of the survivors of the bombing are suffering and yet there has no been any compensations as promised.
Ndialo claims that 42 million US dollars given by the US government as compensation was only used for the rehabilitation of the buildings that were bombed.
The country has been facing terrosit attacks over the years with over 210 people lost their lives in the booming and due to this the country has come up with measures including alliancing with the US to ensuring terrorism stops in the country.
Speaking at the memorial ceremony Ambassodar Martin Kimani says that he would like to commend all Kenyans for staying together despite all the challanges faced which try to divide them.