A waiter rescued at the terror-attacked Dusit D2 Complex has told the media that he had served the attacker’s days before the Tuesday afternoon attack.
The waiter who was rescued on Tuesday Night after spending hours hiding in the complex compared the situation to “hell” given the heaving shooting and bloodshed he had to witness.
“I knew one of them because he had a big scar on one of his hands,” he said adding: “I saw them. They shot six of my friends, four did not die but two succumbed,” the Waiter spoke adding that he was somehow spared.
The attackers spoke fluent English while shouting: “Why are you killing our brothers and sisters in Somalia? They no longer attend Madrassa!”
Victims have insisted that there were more attackers despite the CCTV footage in the complex showing four who are seen carrying automatic rifles.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has confirmed that the operation has been cleared while confirming 14 deaths and over 700 evacuations.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi told journalists Tuesday night that the situation had been put to control.
Family and friends continue to flock Chiromo mortuary and surrounding hospitals where Red Cross is on standby to assist.