Islamist extremists slaughtered at least 147 people in an attack on a college in Kenya last week — and Reuters’ Edith Honan has been collecting tributes to the victims slain by al Shabab. Here is a look at some of the young lives lost in the tragedy.
Alice Mbete Mulu, 21, died in Garissa. She wanted to be a teacher, she was great at volleyball, liked to read the Bible and storybooks-Edith Honan (@edithhonan) April 6, 2015
Ebby Omari, 20, died in Garissa. "She was a jovial girl. She liked staying home with her mom and visiting friends." (No picture available)-Edith Honan (@edithhonan) April 7, 2015
Samuel Mwangi Maingi, 24, died in Garissa. "He looked like his dad. He had a gap between his front teeth." Studies business. He was loving.-Edith Honan (@edithhonan) April 7, 2015