Kenya Victim Profiles

Kenya Victim Profiles

Ginton Mwachofi, the guardian of Bryson Mwakuleghwa, 21, who died in the Garissa University College attacks, poses for a photograph outside the Chiromo Funeral Parlour in Nairobi, Kenya Monday, April 6, 2015. Several mourners interviewed by The Associated Press spoke wistfully of those they lost, sometimes using the same words – humble, devout, studious and a role model – to describe youths who were trying hard to forge a career, leaving home and traveling many hours by bus to Garissa to take advantage of the education opportunities there. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Ginton Mwachofi, the guardian of Bryson Mwakuleghwa, 21, who died in the Garissa University College attacks, poses for a photograph outside the Chiromo Funeral Parlour in Nairobi, Kenya Monday, April 6, 2015. Several mourners interviewed by The Associated Press spoke wistfully of those they lost, sometimes using the same words – humble, devout, studious and a role model – to describe youths who were trying hard to forge a career, leaving home and traveling many hours by bus to Garissa to take advantage of the education opportunities there. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

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