|Photo Courtesy/Ilbissil Girl's Schools Properties Gutted Down In Night Fire|
Cases of accidents resulting from the fire have in the recent past been increasing at a devastating rate in many of our towns with millions of properties going lost and even sometimes loss of lives.
At last midnight, a huge fire emerged in Basil Town, Kajiado County razing down several buildings and properties of people. The fire whose sources have not yet been established to now is also said to have reduced to ashes Ibsssil Girls Secondary School and people's businesses.
According to the Kajiado Central MP Elijah Memusi Kanchory who has visited the affected school today, millions worth of properties were lost after a fire gutted down parts of the rhBasil Town. No life was however lost. The MP has also offered his help and asked well-wishers to also sail in and assist those affected.
"I have given my contribution to all those affected in Basil Town. I also call upon well-wishers to step in and help wherever possible," Kanchory says.
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