Good news to Gikomba traders affected by a recent fire incident as Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua donates Kshs 1 million. Report shared indicates that it will help traders who lost their properties in the fire inferno.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's donation was presented to the traders by George Theuri, political and youth affairs advisors at the office of the Deputy President.
According to the report shared, Theuri is former Embakasi West MP accompanied by former Starehe MP Charles Njagua and Ziwani MCA Gerald Irungu.
The Nairobi County fire and disaster management team arrived on time and was able to put out the fire that saw 23 year old Samuel Njuguna was rushed to Kenyatta national hospital for treatment.
"Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has donated Kshs 1 million to Gikomba traders affected by the recent fire." Source reveals.
Gikomba Market, East Africa's largest open air market, has experienced unpredictable fires annually.
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