Several Residential Houses on Fire at Kiawara Area in Nyeri Town Leaving Many Homeless (Photos)
By +254HotNews | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
Mkenya news on facebook have shared information that several Residential Houses at Kiawara area in Nyeri town are on fire. According to Mkenya news county's fire engines are currently trying to contain the fire.
This is what they posted on Facebook,
"Heavy fire at Kiawara area in Nyeri town. Several residential houses on fire. Nyeri county's fire Engines currently trying to contain the fire."
This is sad to Nyeri residents,many will be left homeless after this ,at the moment many kenyans are struggling to take care of their families by providing food and other basic needs.
Some even are jobless,just imagine how someone feels when he/she is struggling but later on something happens.like for instance how a parent with more than two kids will survive?
The government should think of building emergency houses incase of anything an individual is given a place to stay for some months as he/she settles down.
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