Hustlers have woke up for disturbing news as one of favorite market and shopping center goes blaze in morning hours. Traders, business operators, and residents in Wajir County especially at Soko Mjinga are counting losses after unknown people torched the market.
Today, Monday 11, residents in Wajir County are waking up to meet unwelcoming and awful experience as Soko Mjiga market goes on blaze. According to intelligent reports emerging from Wajir County, the market was torched by unknown people during wee hours.
Traders, residents would later see light and huge fire consuming their hard earned products. The residents could not hide their anger and disappointment as fire continued to oppress them.
County government firefighters tried to put off the fire but in vain. The resident cried uncontrollably as economic hard times nailed another enemy in their midst. Soko Mjinga is among market to go ablaze recently after fire consumed traders’ goods in Gikomba Market, Nairobi County.
To sum up, traders, county government, and residents in Wajir County are counting losses after fire consumed their goods and tax bases at Soko Mjinga. The market joins others such as Gikomba in fire scenario.
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