Kenya Remembers Garissa Attack Victims Three Years Later
Vice-Chancellor Ahmed Osman Warfa says Garissa University did not hold any event to commemorate the third anniversary of the attack as it will only bring back bad memories. On April 2, 2015, masked attackers stormed the institution early in the morning and shot over 140 students and six security officers dead.
Nation, 2 April 2018
Garissa County Government officials have said they will not allow the attack on Garissa University College to cause enmity. Read more »
- NTV Kenya
- NTV Kenya
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- 2 April 2018
Today marks exactly 3 years since gunmen stormed Garissa University college, killing 148 people and injuring several others. The institution organized ... see more »
Nairobi News, 1 April 2018
Garissa University will not hold any event to commemorate the third anniversary of the April 2, 2015 terror attack at the institution by al-Shabaab militants. Read more »
Nation, 31 March 2018
Three years after the April 2, 2015 terror attack at the Garissa University College that left 142 students dead, some of the survivors remain traumatised but others are moving on… Read more »
Hundreds attend vigil at Uhuru Park to mourn students killed in Garissa terror attack.
Garissa University College on Sunday marked two years since the deadly Al-Shabaab raid that claimed 147 lives, with calls for a resolve to fight terrorism in the country. Read more »