'We're not done yet' was the message that the terror group gave to Kenya.
According to CNN, in the coming days, members of Parliament are expected to grill intelligence officials to find out more about how the attack occurred.
A number of Kenya's Cabinet members and defense officials were warned about the possibility that Al-Shabaab was planning to carry out such an attack a year before gunman stormed the Nairobi mall, intelligence sources said.
The report said that the warnings were made by the country's National Intelligence Service as part of regular situational reports given to Cabinet members, the inspector general of police, members of the National Security Advisory Council and military intelligence officials.
--ANI (Posted on 03-10-2013)