A 19-year-old female survivor the gory terrorist attack on a University in Kenya, Cynthia Cheroitich, who spent two days hiding in a wardrobe has said she had to drink body lotion to survive in hiding.
The young woman was rescued 2 days after Al-Shabaab militant group from Somalia stormed Garissa University College Kenya on Thursday, April 2, 2015, killing over 147 Christian students.
The 19-year-old who was rescued on Saturday April 4, while recounting ordeal said she was initially too petrified to believe police officers were not Al-Shabaab gunmen when they came to rescue her.
She added that when she was left with nothing to eat and lacking strength, she drank body lotion to boost her hopes of survival.
Cynthia is currently in the hospital where she is receiving treatment under intensive care.