Bus driver injured in Shabaab attack in Mandera appeals for medical help
Wednesday March 16 2016
Children look at the Makkah bus that was attacked by Al-Shabaab militants on December 21, 2015. The driver, who was shot in the leg, is now appealing for help to get specialised treatment. FILE PHOTO | MANASE OTSIALO | NATION MEDIA GROUP
He suffered bullet injuries in his left leg when his bus was attacked and needs specialised treatment.
He said the company he works for does not provide medical cover, adding that he would appreciate any support for his treatment.
Mr Shukri was among Muslims who shielded Christians when the bus was attacked by Al-Shabaab militants.
Buses plying the Mandera-Nairobi route cover over 1,100 kilometres, with several stops due to insecurity.