Stampede Nairobi Kikuyu Kenyan Campus, Student Dies and over 136 Wounded
Francis: After series of deadliest blasts, militants off a stampede at University of Nairobi hostels at previous morning yesterday and in the result a student identified Maina died as well more than 136 students wounded.
It said to be that militants of Somalia’s dangerous Muslim organization Al-Shabaab, stampede was occurred when fighters of the terror group stormed hostels with three explosions in quick series about at 5.30am at Kikuyu Campus students and a large number of students jumped through the windows.
The students of the campus identified a dead body by Maina was also one of students who victimized of incident.
Maina, who was a their-year student, the succession occurred at intervals of 20 seconds three time and students who couldn’t remove the Garissa University massacre’s deadliest memories got shocked after discovering another fatal bombing, jumped through windows of the building to protect their lives from high like the fourth, fifth and six floors.
Principal of the institute, Mr. Isaac Jumba explained while telling about the incident, after explosions we had informed rescue to take quickly wounded people to nearest PCEA Kikuyu Hospital as well to the Karen Hospital and Kenyatta National Hospital.
Mr. Jumba described nearly at 5.00am succession of three explosions was heard those stunned students, to save their lives decided to jump out from the building after discovering deadliest attacks which done at intervals of about 20 seconds.
The identity of dead student was confirmed by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi who announced him Maina- student of third years, was taken to the Karen Hospital of his injuries but doctors couldn’t save his life because of intense wounds.
Militants of Al-Shabaab installed explosives in underground cable next to a transformer supply power to Kimberly Hostel detonated almost at 5am and become the cause of over 136 students.
However, terror organization never took the responsibility of these attacks.