On Tuesday morning on November 7th, a fresh fire incident report set alert police, fire fighters, ambulances and other emergency service units in Nairobi county.
The cause of the fire, number of casualties could not be established immediately.
In June the same year, a similar fire incident attacked Gikomba market in the dead end of the night, leaving 15 dead, 70 injured and goods worth millions destroyed.
@UKenyatta and @MikeSonko we cannot be watchin as fires destroy businesses in Gikomba market day in day out. Its time you guys formed an inquest into this. Its no longer an accident. #GikombaFires #Gimomba pic.twitter.com/wPCvYCxMvf
— TheCaptain (@captainnjoroge) November 7, 2018
Gikomba Market in Nairobi is on fire. Response teams are at the scene. Updates to follow. pic.twitter.com/L1TQp1R6H6
— Kenya Red Cross (@KenyaRedCross) November 7, 2018