Fire is known for alot of advantages to modern man with different people depending on it for many uses. Sometimes the same fire leads to disaster and losses. In Kenya it has left many counting losses with schools leading in fire outbreaks. The environment has also faced the wrath of fire with fierce inferno gutting down many forest in the country.
The latest incident of fire to be reported is from kiawara market in nyeri county.The fire broke around midday on Sunday leaving netizens with big loss.According to the eye witness the inferno broke from one of the houses in the market spreading to different houses in trading centre.Residents did they best to put it out but overcome them gazing goods worthy millions.
They were no cases of casualties from the incident with the residents blaming Nyeri county government for delayed fire services.The area people lamented of regular fires in the area telling the county fire station should be prepared for such emergency.Traders who lost they goods are seeking help from well wishers with nothing left.
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