Kenya: President Kenyatta Orders Probe Into Gikomba Fire, Vows to Rebuild Market - AllAfrica.com

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for swift and thorough investigations to establish the cause of the fire that gutted part of Nairobi's biggest market, Gikomba, early morning on Friday. President Kenyatta said stern action would be taken ...

Nairobi Governor Sonko reveals what he will do after the Gikomba Market inferno - The Standard

It destroyed property worth millions as firefighters made frantic efforts to save what was left. See Also: Kenyans react on social media to news that fire razed Nairobi's Gikomba Market. Nairobi governor Mike Sonko said that his government will come up ...

Traders count losses as fire razes Gikomba market again - Daily Nation

Fire ravages property in Gikomba market, Nairobi, on October 6, 2017. Mr James Kilonzo, a trader in the market, faulted the authorities' response to the fire. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA | NATION MEDIA GROUP ...

Kenyan leader calls for swift probe into fire at open air market - Xinhua

NAIROBI, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday called for swift and thorough investigations to establish the cause of the fire that destroyed Nairobi's biggest open air market, Gikomba. Kenyatta said in a statement warned that ...

President Uhuru Orders Investigation on Dawn Inferno that Razed Down Gikomba Market - Mwakilishi.com

President Uhuru Kenyatta has pledged that the government will support traders affected by Friday morning inferno that razed down Kenya's largest open air market, Gikomba in Nairobi. The head of state further directed authorities to carry out speedy ...

Uhuru orders probe into Gikomba fire - Daily Nation

Traders carry some of the goods they managed to salvage when a fire broke out in Gikomba Market in Nairobi on October 6, 2017. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA | NATION MEDIA GROUP. Advertisement. By ISABEL GITHAE More by this Author By DAVID ...

Fire razes down Gikomba market in Nairobi - ClickLancashire

Kenya's largest open air market, Gikomba, located in downtown Nairobi was on Friday dawn razed to the ground following a huge inferno suspected to have been started by business rivals. "We pledge to support traders affected by fire at Gikomba". We will ...

Kenya's largest open air market razed down amid losses for traders - Xinhua

NAIROBI, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's largest open air market, Gikomba, located in downtown Nairobi was on Friday dawn razed to the ground following a huge inferno suspected to have been started by business rivals. The inferno that lasted hours destroyed ...

[VIDEO] Uhuru orders quick probe into Gikomba fire, says market will be rebuilt - The Star, Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for a quick and thorough investigation into the cause of the fire at Nairobi's biggest market. Inferno destroys traders' goods at Gikomba. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try ...

President Kenyatta orders swift probe into Gikomba fire - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for swift and thorough investigations to establish the cause of the fire that destroyed Nairobi's biggest market, Gikomba. The President said stern action would be taken against anyone found to be behind the incident.

Fire at Nairobi's Gikomba clothes market 'suspected arson' - BBC News

President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered an investigation into a fire that swept through Kenya's largest open-air market and carried on burning for eight hours, destroying goods worth thousands of dollars. Devolution Minister Mwangi Kiunjuri says the fire ...

State suspects foul play in Gikomba fire, Uhuru promises to rebuild it - Nairobi News

Initial investigations into the Friday morning fire at Gikomba market point to foul play, as President Uhuru Kenyatta said the market will be rebuilt soon. “We pledge to support traders affected by fire at Gikomba. We will rebuild the market… I direct ...

Government suspects foul play in Gikomba market fire - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

The government is now suspecting foul play in the Gikomba fire that reduced property worth millions of shillings to ashes. Small traders in the biggest open air retail market in the country are counting loses after the fire gutted half of their stalls ...

CS Mwangi Kiunjuri claims arson is behind Gikomba fire - Daily Nation

The fire at Gikomba market, Nairobi, on Friday morning. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA | NATION MEDIA GROUP. Advertisement. By ELVIS ONDIEKI More by this Author. Fire gutted part of Nairobi's biggest market on Friday in what the government suspected ...

Fire razes property worth millions in Kenya's largest open air market - Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release)

Thousands of Gikomba market traders in Nairobi were on Friday mourning the loss of their property worth millions after a huge fire gutted down their wares in Nairobi's largest open air market.Thousands of traders watched in disbelief after the fire ...

Government suspects foul play in Gikomba fire - Capital FM Kenya

By SIMON NDONGA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 6 – The government says preliminary reports point to foul play in the fire that razed business structures at Gikomba Market overnight Thursday, destroying property worth millions of shillings. In an statement ...

Kenyans react on social media upon news that fire razed Nairobi's Gikomba Market - The Standard

The incident has displaced many traders who rely on the market as Gikomba is one of the biggest open-air markets in the region. ​. Some of the traders managed to save part of their stock, but a huge part of the goods kept in stores at night were ...

Gikomba fire rages as authorities plead for containment aid - Capital FM Kenya

By SIMON NDONGA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 6 – Fire fighters on Friday morning battled to contain a raging inferno at the Gikomba market. The National Disaster Management Unit Deputy Director Mwachi Pius said the efforts of the county fire department, ...

Gikomba market on fire, property destroyed [VIDEO] - Citizen TV (press release)

Property of unknown value has been gutted down by a fierce inferno that broke out at the Gikomba market in Nairobi early Friday morning. No casualties have been reported in the Gikomba fire that began at 3am.whose cause is still unknown. Also Read:.

Firefighters take their time as huge fire razes Gikomba market – PHOTOS - Nairobi News

Nairobi fire brigade took over two hours on Friday to reach Gikomba market where a huge fire was destroying businesses and properties. Owners of stalls at the market watched helplessly as their wares were reduced to ashes, their only hope arriving ...