Gunmen kill 28 in morning of terror

What you need to know:

  • In the massacre, Mandera County Police Commander Noah Mwivanda said six men standing on both sides of the road flagged down a bus belonging Makkah Company at Omar Jillo Village at 5am before attacking it.
  • A passenger made a distress call to the bus’s booking office in Nairobi’s Eastleigh moments into the attack but the line went dead before he could give details.
  • Interior Secretary Joseph ole Lenku said Kenya Defence Forces had been deployed to the area.

Al-Shabaab terrorists fired wildly in the air in jubilation after they hijacked a Nairobi-bound bus and executed 28 people in a chilling dawn attack at Arabiya in Mandera near the Kenya-Somali border.


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