Three years after al Shabaab killed 147 people on April 2, 2015, students of Zagreb University in Croatia lay on a ground on which ‘Kenya’ was written in honour of the victims.
After the country’s 2-1 victory, some Kenyans noted the “great support” that Kenya was offered while others praised President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic for being the number one supporter of the team while others
In a tweet, Immigration boss Gordon Kihalangwa said: “I remember Croatia very well. They stood with us during the Garissa terror attack. I wish them all the best.”
Croatia will face France in the World Cup final on Sunday.
Using hash tag #TeamCroatia, Lizz Ntonjira-Mutum also noted that the students took time to mourn with Kenya. She is IBM’s Communication Manager for Central, East and West Africa.