Kenyan student dies, more than 100 injured in campus stampede
The student who died was among others who jumped from as high as five floors up
One Kenyan student died and more than 100 others were injured after an exploding electricity transformer caused a stampede on Sunday, in a sign of high tensions a week after gunmen stormed another university campus, officials said.
The student who died was among others who jumped from as high as five floors up, fearing the University of Nairobi's s Kikuyu campus had come under attack, university vice chancellor Peter Mbithi told Reuters.
Gunmen from the al Qaeda-aligned group al Shabaab stormed Garissa University College, about 200 kilometers from the Somali border, killing 148 people on April 2.
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