This incident has however caught the attention of many Kenyans who are now reacting from their own point of views and thoughts on the possible cause of the fire and reasons behind the cause.
To many who have reacted online after the news get shared by various trusted news sources, the fire incident seems to be mostly linked to some corruption issues.
Huduma Center itself is one of the top government offices that officers services to a large number of Kenyans and so some of the offices there might as well been linked to some corruption cases.
And so according to most opinions, the fire incident could be a planned one mainly caused to burn down some of the crucial evidences in the office.
Some have even thought of this incident as one way of burning down uncollected huduma cards issued into that office after the release by the government.
"Hapo evidence ya corruption ndio inafichwa"~Jose Kamotho
"Kwani there was any corruption evidence?"~Kenny
"Yaani wameamua wachime huduma cards"~Drills.
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