Churchill's view on Mandera killings
24 November 2014, 15:14
Nairobi - The country has been in mourning the past year or so with
some of the most horrific acts of terrorism ever witnessed upon unsuspecting
innocent civilians. This was all started by the attack on the Westgate Mall where more
than 60 people were killed with hundreds getting injured.
The killing of 28 people that
was witnessed just this weekend on a Mandera bound bus has caused uproar
Celebrities too have not been left out.
Radio presenter Larry Asego
and comedian Churchill have weighed in on the matter, and are calling for urgent action
from the government.
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Asego said, “Oh my beloved
country!! How much you test my love!! But I love you all the same. RIP to my
brothers and sisters gunned down. Hopefully we are still one.”
The pain in his message was evident and was echoed by Churchill who also wrote a post saying
“Reading this story seems like a movie... Its so so sad. Something need to be
done and done really quickly to save our nation. Let’s
pray for our beloved nation Kenya, he added.
The celebrities have spoken.
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