Al-Shabaab has released a video on the attack on the KDF camp at El Adde, Somalia.
In the 50-minute video footage, the group shows how it ambushed Kenyan soldiers with little resistance, using a vehicle loaded with explosives commandeered by a suicide bomber, which detonates at the entrance of the camp.
It also shows a stockpile of military hardware, including vehicles, which the group claims to have seized from the KDF during the attack.
In the video of the largest single attack against the Kenyan military in Somalia, the attackers seem to face little resistance as they head to the camp, shooting as they go in.
Captured in the documentary is the same extreme brutality seen at Westgate Mall, with the terrorists executing injured soldiers, some of whom attempted to retreat from the camp in an armored personnel carrier.
Some of the attackers are seen in the video dressed in Ugandan military uniforms with orange headbands as they surge towards the Kenyan camp amid heavy gunfire.
It is also clear from the video, that Kenya Al Shabaab fighters were involved in the ambush, as they speak in Swahili while sending warning messages to the Kenyan government. Some Kenyan soldiers were taken captive and interviewed on camera. They were ordered to narrate how the attack took place.
All of them admit the enemy overran the camp, with one of them appealing to President Uhuru Kenyatta to withdraw the troops from Somalia.
After bombs in the vehicle explode, heavy gunfire ensues as the terrorists storm the camp, firing rocket-propelled grenades.
The terrorist group does not say how many soldiers were captured. One of the captives said there were 200 Kenyan soldiers in the camp at the time of the attack.