30 students missing from Garissa attack
06 April 2015, 14:41
As many as 30 students are still missing from the Garissa University College attack it has emerged.
The 30 missing have been reported at the Kenya Red Cross desk by their families at the Chiromo mortuary in Nairobi where the bodies are being kept.
The 30, according to their families have not been located either in hospital or at the mortuary and their whereabouts are yet to be known.
Of the 30, six are from Kisii County.
They are Aggrey Momanyi, Samuel Nyabote, Ann Bosibori, Christopher Ondari Nyakundi, Elizabeth Nyangarora and Josephene Nyaboke.
" We hope to find him, the cousin to Aggrey Momanyi Titus told News24.
" There has been not sign of him anywhere so far and thus we hope that he is still alive, he added.
148 people were killed in the attack last week at the university, the second worst single ever terror attack on Kenyan soil after the 1998 US embassy bombing in Nairobi.
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