SHOCKING: See how this University in CROATIA remembered the 147 Garissa comrades

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SHOCKING: See how this University in CROATIA remembered the 147 Garissa comrades
SHOCKING: See how this University in CROATIA remembered the 147 Garissa comradesSurely this is the real dramatization of the terror attack in Garissa!

Zagreb University in Croatia students took time out of their classes to pay tribute to the students who lost lives in Garissa. The students all lay on the ground each with a number representing the 147 students who were killed in Garissa terror attack. The students remained moot on the ground for 147 seconds.

In Kenya, activist Boniface Mwangi led other Kenyan artist in paying tribute to the students by creating 147 masks bearing names of each student killed and accounted for in the heinous murder.

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Garissa attack: How it has changed Kenya

“We will not forget Garissa.”

This statement summarises the mood in Kenya three weeks after the attack on Garissa University College in the north-east of the country, which killed 148 people.

Ever since the country’s first major terror attack – the 1998 bombing of the US embassy in Nairobi – Kenyans have stoically absorbed the impact of each assault with a three-step reaction: Shock, anger, and then a shrug.

‘Defiant church’

First there is shock at the audacity of the attackers.

Then there is anger that the attack was not prevented or at least responded to speedily by the security forces.

And finally there is a shrug of the shoulders and all is forgotten – until terror strikes again.

However, the attack on Garissa has changed everything. Source-bbc.com

 

SHOCKING: See how this University in CROATIA remembered the 147 Garissa comrades

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  1. tina muriuh says

    Innocent souls ????shine with the angles

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