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eastleigh bomb attack deaths rise to 10

The number of the people who died after a bomb attack on a moving public service vehicle in Eastleagh has risen to 10. This was after 3 of the victims who were admitted at KEnyatta National Hospital succumbed to the injuries. “WE received 46 casualties,  we have lost 3 of them and 21 have been discgarged,” said KNH CEO Richard Lesiyampe at a press conference.

26 year old Monicah Mbuvi with his son Bernard Mbuvi on a hospital bed at KNH where Eastleigh attack victims are admitted. Three year old Bernard was the youngest of the victims.
one of the survivors at KNH
One of the victims of the attack at KNH




Rains wreck havoc in Nairobi

A reflection of skies on stagnant water on one of the impassable roads in Nairobi’s Pipeline Estate
Water is a problem in Pipeline and vendors sell the products from the roadside
John Kariuki, a local in Pipeline shows an open sewer passing under a butchery