Three teachers were killed early Monday morning in northeast Kenya near the settlement of Kamudi in an attack supposedly launched by the al-Shabab, said local authorities. According to Garissa County Regional Education Officer Yusuf Karayu, the attack took place in the early hours of Monday. A group of militants attacked the school, where teachers were sleeping inside.
Another teacher was injured and taken to a nearby hospital. North Eastern Regional Police Commander Paul Soi confirmed the attack and said the militants were targeting a communications mast and a police camp in the area.