Gikomba Traders In Nairobi Counting Huge Loses After Another Dawn Fire Incident. (Photos)
The trader's at the famous Gikomba market in Nairobi county are currently counting huge loses and this was after fire a Wednesday morning fire burnt down their properties and the cause of the fire is still not yet known.
The frequent fires at the Gikomba market have always been an issue of great concern in the country with questions as to what causes the fire's remaining unanswered as readers in the market have been suffering due to the evey now and then fire incidents.
The fire incident in Gikomba really surprised many as just recently there was another fire incident and several traders lost their properties.
After the news of it's burning down, several netizens had different reactions to this with several of them calling on the government to act.
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