Kenyan parliament to discuss troops withrawal from Somalia Benjamin Washiali who is amember of parliament in Kenyan national assembly has said Kenyan defense forces should be pulled out of Somalia.

He said Parliament should discuss withdrawal of the soldiers as an urgent matter.
Speaking to The Star He urged the opposition to table motion in the parliament for approval saying issue is realistic.
“They raised some valid concerns but they should realise that Parliament is better placed to handle the issues,” he said.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga has earlier called for immediate withrawal of Kenyan military from southern Somalia citting increased attacks by Al Shabaab militant group in the country in retaliation of troops presence in Somalia.
Kenyan military went inside Somalia in November 2011 after Al Shabaab threatened one of its main economic activity (tourism) along its coast.

The group has also claimed the responsibility of the deadly Nairobi Westgate shopping mall attack on september last year in which at least 67 people were killed and more than 200 others wounded. more on