Kenyans received some shocking news after it was reported that Yare Towers which is found at the Garissa Lodge in Eastleigh in Nairobi county was put on lockdown after a bomb scare in that building. Reports by the Daily Nation indicated that the situation was contained well after bomb squad was dispatched there.
This news was confirmed by the OCPD of Starehe Mr. Julius Kiragu. Some reports also indicated that someone had delivered a letter to the tenants of that place and warned them to leaving the building. Investigations have already commenced and the security agencies are doing their best in order to get to the bottom of everything.
The security officers also asked the members of the public to stay away from that scene. This is because it is good for their own safety. The place is now considered as a crime scene and anything can happen. Unfortunately people did not vacate but they wanted to witness for themselves.
Kenyans should learn from past mistakes and put their lives first. There are security issues that should be given priority. The lives of the citizens matter a lot and that is why the security officers urged the people to stay away from the scene.
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