- Al-Shabaab has released a propaganda video on the attack on the Kenya Defence Forces camp at El-Adde, Somalia.
- In the 50-minute footage, the terrorist group claims to have killed more than 100 Kenyan soldiers during the dawn raid on January 15.
- The video shows a stockpile of military hardware, including vehicles, which the group claims to have seized from the KDF during the attack.
Somalia based militant group Al-Shabaab have released a propaganda video it alleges is of the El-Adde raid.
The 48 minute-long video narrated in English, Arabic and Swahili shows how the terror group overrun the Kenyan military camp on January 15, 2016.
According to the Daily Nation, Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe said he could not comment about the video because he had not viewed it.
It also shows a suicide bomber driving a vehicle loaded with explosives that go off at the entrance to the Kenyan camp.
The video opens with Kenyan police officers raiding a mosque in Mombasa, the narrator talking about how Muslims have been oppressed.
The video 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 the Al-Shabab does not say how many Kenyan soldiers it has captured but one soldier interviewed in the video is heard saying they were 200 Kenyan soldiers at the camp.
The video shows Al-Shabab suicide bomber Abduqadir AK Farhan and other hundreds of Al-Shabab foreign fighters. Some of the fighters in the video are seen wearing Ugandan military uniforms.
The Al-Shabaab fighters wearing orange head bands are seen shooting and chasing Kenyan forces in the camp as a vehicle full of explosives detonates.
Photo of KDF slain heroes in El-Adde attacks arriving home