If I Die

nuff said
[ATTACH=full]28431[/ATTACH]

3 Likes

The level of disorganization in the recovery process and lack of information is astounding…

4 Likes

Al shabaab posted images of the aftermath. Very Gory. things were bad o_O

link pls

link? Na si tafadhali!!

1 Like

We’re in the dark on the recovery issue kabisa.

I hope the video doesn’t get wide coverage

1 Like

Do NOT post that link here pls

1 Like

It is being distributed openly on somali blogs

My one and only question.
According to multiple sources, the bomb blasts were devastating and nothing within a 250 metres radius was left unscathed.
Other than DNA tests, how will they identify which mangled and burnt body was KDF and which was Al shabaab? Isn’t there a risk they will bring Al shabaab bodies to Nairobi?

like,give us the blogs

If they are using DNA it means they have something to compare with. Anything that comes back negative is al-kebab. That is how I think it works

I can’t put any links here my friend just play around with google

1 Like

What is so difficult in assembling a recovery unit of say 1000+ soldiers with air support? We need to give respectable treatment to the departed and closure to the affected families. This thing will surely demoralize those that are currently serving where they will realize that their government doesn’t care about their welfare

3 Likes

Si they are already there, according to Mwathethe they got there on monday.

http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2016/01/21/amisom-failed-to-give-resources-to-help-kenyan-soldiers-after-al_c1280806

Ok… let them bring back our mboys home and rain brimfire on those piglets

1 Like

You’ve read my mind.
Ineptitude at all corners.

1 Like

rinks zinangolewa as soon as they emerge

The somali blogs I saw on thursday are still alive

the aftermath of war has never been a pleasant sight, anywhere…

1 Like