Kenyan University freed from terrorists


Nairobi: Garissa University has been freed from the shackles of the terrorists. On Thursday, masked terrorists attacked the University. According to Kenya’s Home Ministry, 500 students out of 815 have been recovered from the shackles of the terrorists. News agency Reuters have claimed that 100 students have been killed while 89 have been injured. The army was conducting an operation to free the University campus from the terrorists.

The army officers have surrounded the entire university campus. Sounds of firing could be heard from inside the University. The Kenya Home Ministry has claimed that the operation to free the University from the terrorists has been successful. One person has been arrested in connection with the attack.

This attack comes 18 months after four al-Shabab gunmen killed 67 shoppers at  Westgate mall in the worst terrorist attack on Kenyan soil since the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy. Al-Shabab has killed more than 200 people in Kenya in two years, in retaliation for Kenya sending troops into their homeland, Somalia.

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