God forbid. @ thanx for the gift of life you have given to me.
My prayers goes to all and may the Lord God Almighty remember you in these times of sorrow.
sad day for kenya
so sad and painful, my most sincere condolences on the loss
God rest the souls of this poor people in eternal peace. From where I am standing I can see its the end of the world.
tragic!!!!! need to give all my clothes to the displaced !!!!!
indeed thank God for life this evening its traumatizing
Kenyans….we need a well defined disaster management policy.
really really sad, may God help us
What a tragedy! Indeed it’s by God’s grace that I am
Alive & well. I do not take it for granted. Condolences to the families of the departed & a quick recovery to the injured.
My condolences to the affected families.May God protect u.AMEN.
Many kiosks and timber yards precariously dot the oil pipeline’s
corridor from Industrial Area’s Lunga Lunga Rd to Embakasi’s Kenya Pipeline
Estate along Outering Road. Kenya Pipeline Company is waiting to jump from the
frying pan into the fire when its own staff quarters goes aflame.
why dont we ever learn. we need to teach disaster and risk awareness in schools and use these tragic events as lessons! why must we always run to make a quick buck in dangerous situations! god rest their souls in peace. KPC and NCC also need to be asked questions as to how slums are built on fuel pipelines
such a sad monday,,,for the deceased R.I.P for the injured i wish you quick recovery and to those who lost their beloved ones i pray that GOD gives u strength to go through the remaining part of life.love you so much fellow kenyans.
I send my condolences to the affected families and pole sana to all the injured. May God’s mercy be with you.
May the deceased rest in peace. Kenyans for Kenyans,
may the souls of th lost ones lest in peace
WE CLEARLY NEED T KNOW OUR BOUNDARIES! THE MARGIN BETWEEN WHAT IS OURS AND WHAT IS NOT; WHAT IS GOOD AND WHAT IS BAD;WHAT IS WISE AND WHAT IS FOOLISH THAT THERE IS TO BE DONE! THE COMMON DENOMENATOR IN ALL TRAGEDIES IS SHEER IGNORANCE!….. WANYEKI ESQ
A real sad day for our country .Our beloved brothers and sisters please take heart God is with you
SALVATION IS FOR ALL.GODS WILL BE DONE ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.
oh God,these is really scarely,i hope people will purpose to have change of heart.
may God keep them strength
Indeed such a sad moment for all kenyans.Those who have died are our mothers,brothers sisters,aunties and uncles.I appeal to the entire Church to pray that God’s comfort will overflow those bereaved so tragically.And to our Goverment,there’s no need for further delay,affirmative action to move all the residents of lunga lunga should have started by yesterday,and that very speedily.
GOD INTERVENTION IS WHAT I NEENED
i jst can believe it happened am holding back tears from falling.God rest in peace those who left and give those in hospital a quick recovery
Oh GOD, keep all the victims’ families strength in their sorrow, and all the victims are received in God’s Holy hand… Amin. A prayer from Indonesia, an ambassador of a Worldwide Brotherhood
It is so unfortunate that many people lost their precious lives, a big
number in the hospital with burns over 30% and other rendered homeless
in a matter of a very short time!! It is my prayer that the government
will do something about the issue and that Kenyans will donate blood and
above all learn from this and the other related tragedies that have
taken place before in that next time no matter any spillage they will
not run near it. God have mercy.
GABRIEL OBODA MAY GOD FORGIVE THEM ANY SIN OMITTED FOR THE SAKE OF THE TRAGEDY. NOT THERE WISH TO DIE LIKE THIS. MERCIFUL GOD IS ALWAS WITH THEM. THE TIME IS NEAR FOR THE RULER OF THIS WORLD TO BE DESTROYED WHO IS SATAN. REST IN PEACE MY FELLOW KENYS, GOD LOVES YOU.
So sad! no body wishes to come across things like this,ohh!!,may Gog give comfort to those affected.
oooh! so sad,no body would ever wish this to happen,well, may God comfort those affected.
Sonko Our Man. really saving his people. this is a kind of president we want. “Eternal rest Grant unto them oh Lord and let the purpetual light shine upon them, May the Souls of those who died Rest in Peace.
Mike w. It is time for kenyans to repend .These are the last days that God propheses
Ni nyakati za mwisho tumuombe mungu atusamehe dhambi zetu.Wachungaji wote kenya msima waungane wamlilie mungu aturemu.Hatujui kesho itakuwa nini.Ajali barabarani ni usiku na mchana,tena moto!!
RIP all kenyans who lost their lives. may we learn once and for all from this experience
It is so sad to see this type of tragedy hit us one again. I pray to God that he assissta Kenya to have a goverment wise enough to foresee such tragedies and come up with ways of avoidinng such. Lots of lives have been lost through negligence and lack of committment by the Kenya pipeline not taking the responsibility of periodical checks of theeir pipelines and the dangers they would cause in cases of such leaks.
when will kenyans learn not to mess with petroleum products??
The one thing that rings in my mind is the pain and suffering that our fellow Kenyans went through.I see the images that are not supposed to be a reality into our lives,the images of burnt children,images of burnt husbands and wives.I pray that one day we will wake up to a new Kenya where life is protected.Where WE,the p’ple of this Nation can take our precious life into our hands and take safety precautions as a day to day-part of our life without any compromise.God has given us the opportunity to earn our living in the least way we can do,but in a better way that represents God’s image and honor to Him.I pray for the families and relatives who lost their loved ones.
RIP, our dear Kenyans!!!!God grant them hope in tha midst of pain and despair!!!!!!!
Am speechless but i believe this will not happen again to our fellow kenyans Oh my GOD have mercy on us.
R.I.P and I wish quik recovery 4 those injured may our prayers be heard
why them? why not me and you? We have lost the battle, have we learn’t the lesson?
http://goo.gl/9c0GI – I’m sorry, I am completely unable to feel distraught or more than passively chagrined by the unfortunate events at Sinai slum in Nairobi. “I don’t believe that poverty begets stupidity.”
That’s probably coz you ‘stupid’ and ignorant. You don’t even know that most of the victims were in their houses going about there daily routines, what has poverty got to do with that? Stupid!!!
Surely Kags, think harder. What does poverty/stupidity have to do with this tragedy? I agree with Morr you are the one who is ………
we must regret for the lives lost. May they rest in eternal glory. It may not be enough to say sorry to the relatives of those who have died but I do not find any word appropriate. Fellow Kenyans, it is sad, so sad indeed to have all these lives lost. let us pray that one day all will have enough to live on, nice housing, charitable people, pleasant life and justice.
Quick recovery to the injured citizens, and may God rest the departed souls in eternal bliss
poverty, unless government,,,does something,, no, we will not go far,,,,GOD FORBID,,, we will continue dying
God have mercy on us Kenyans. KPL should have noted there is a leak, why they didnt do it, God knows why.
why is it that kenyans never learn from such incidences.Remember this is not the first time it is happening.Sachangáng incident happened only recently in 2009 now it is time for Sinai resident.That does not mean that am happy with what happened,it is very sad to loose our fellow kenyans in fire that after we had saved over 4m people in north eastern over hunger
if this KPC people had noticed de pipeline leakage before ???????????????? ,they could av called de govt to help them in chasing the people arround there SINAI SLUMS ,si watu wakufa waishe kenya .ooops tunaishi katika siku za mwisho kweli.
Goverment should compasate with all chargers and i wish them a quick recovering pole sana.
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