Home Counties Survivor says Al-Shabaab gunmen fired in jubilation after Mandera executions Saturday November 22 2014 email print Security officers at the scene of an Al-Shabaab terrorist attack in Mandera in which 28 people were killed. PHOTO | MANASE OTSIALO | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary Survivor said the militants spoke in Swahili, English and Somali languages and were in military-like attire.Preliminary reports indicated that about 17 teachers were executed. Others were police officers and health care workers who had been posted to the area and were leaving for their rural homes. By KENNEDY KIMANTHI More by this Author email print In the headlines Fate hands Samuel Wamathai top county seat In 2013, he never planned to be Mr Gachagua’s running mate in the first place. Location determines how the law treats you, audit finds Serious cases are more likely to be withdrawn, while less serious offences are more likely to Report reveals level of voter bribery Yesterday my dream died, says axed Ranieri Ruto orders police to shoot, kill bandits What's your WhatsApp status? 3 killed as chaos rocks Athi River Gachagua death: What next?