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Westgate terror victims haunted by tragic memories

Some victims have defied gloom and doom to tell the world an episode they experienced firsthand.
Ben Mulwa, a survivor of west gate terror attack, saw barbarity and cruelty rear their ugly heads at close quarters when gunmen shot randomly at shoppers and security guards.
Mulwa had just parked his car to join a friend for a lunch date at a swanky coffee house inside the mall when gunshots reverberated. He escaped with a leg injury but is still haunted by grim images of the dead. "Those like me who were lucky to survive the ordeal have a duty to tell the World that the evil of terrorism must be eradicated," Mulwa told Xinhua.


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