22 Sep 13

On this, one of the worst days in the history of Kenya, let us take a moment to remember our fellow Kenyans who were brutally felled by terrorists at WestGate mall.

Let us all extend a hand to our fellow Kenyans esepcially those who have been directly affected and unite. I was proud to see a fellow with a Gor Mahia jersey among those at the scene helping victims. As Raila Odinga has said “this is a time to unite all Kenyans to speak with one voice without looking at political partisanism. I have spoken to President Uhuru Kenyatta and we are looking at a meeting which will try and seek lasting solutions to such callous attacks.

 

 

 


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5 Comments.

  • ja gor says:

    May God rest the spirits of those who have departed in eternal peace. My condolences to the families that have been affected may God give you all the strength as they deal with the hard times.

  • ja gor says:

    May God rest the spirits of those who have departed in eternal peace. My condolences to the families that have been affected, may God give you all the strength as they deal with the hard times.

  • BLOGGER says:

    May God almighty heal all the affected and bring divine justice. R.I.P to all the deceased. Amen

  • ODUOR12 says:

    My deepest condolences to the bereaved and to the injured i wish them a speedy & full recovery. May the Good Lord give you strenght to overcome.
    Finally to the hooligans/thugs who have caused injuries & even loss of lives @ GM matches, I long for the day the security forces will counter your impunity ruthlessly for the loss and injuries your foolish actions cause are the same as those of these terrorists.

  • BLOGGER says:

    When we go to the stadium we should always on the lookout for these shabaab elements and suspicious people.