He was quoted by a local media outlet as saying:
“We know 152 students to be dead and 166 are unaccounted for. We fear that they might have been kidnapped by Al-Shabaab, and the government should come clean about their whereabouts,”
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Speaking at Uniafric House, where they had been holding a crisis meeting with the Garissa University College lecturers, the infuriated Muga laid the blame squarely on the government inability to provide security measures to the institution.
The lecturers also wanted to know the fate of their jobs with the secretary general demanding that they should be moved to other universities with immediate effect:
“We are meeting tomorrow with the Moi University Council to discuss the plight of the 27 lecturers. They must be assured of their job security, and they should not lose their benefits.”
K’olale asked the government to relocate GUC staff from the Garissa and provide them with transport and security.