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Dusit staff complain of missing cash and mobile phones as they pick their belongings 

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Some Dusit tenants and workers picking their stuff from the premise have said they have found some of their valuables missing.

“A number of people had their bags ransacked and are missing cash and phones,” said an employee of a company based at the complex.

John Kibiru Kiarie, who lost two taxis to a fire during the attack, called on the government to come to his rescue.

“I fully depended on these taxis. I don’t know how I will cater for my family now. I am pleading with the government to consider compensating me,” said Kiarie.

And at 3:05 pm – exactly one week since the attack started families, friends and associates of the DusitD2 complex laid flowers to commemorate their loved ones who lost their lives in the tragedy.

They also observed a one-minute silence in honour of the departed.

Workers at the DustiD2 complex prepare to lay wreaths at the entrance of the building where 21 people were killed by Al-Shabaab terrorists a week ago.

Relatives of terror attack victims prepare to place flowers outside the entrance of DustiD2 Hotel complex

Workers at the DustiD2 complex prepare to lay wreaths at the entrance of the building where 21 people were killed by Al-Shabaab terrorists a week ago.

A survivor of the DustiD2 hotel complex lays flowers outside the entrance of complex yesterday.

Workers at DustiD2 hotel and office complex, 14 Riverside Drive, take away their belongings after the premises were opened by the police yesterday.
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Football legend Joe Kadenge moved from ICU ward

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Looks like ailing football legend Joe Kadenge is recovering well from a bout of stroke.

Reports from the family say he has been moved from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward to the general ward as he continue to recover from stroke.

Kadenge was admitted at Nairobi Hospital last Wednesday after he suffered stroke when he learnt of the death of his daughter in the United States.

According to Nairobi News Kadenge’s daughter, Everlyn Wanjiku Kadenge passed away in the States after a short illness. She was buried on Monday.

Mr Kadenge’s brother John Anzara said that the man popularly known with the ‘Kadenge na mpira’ phrase has taken giant steps in his recovery.

“He has been handled well by the doctors since he was admitted and now he is in good spirits. The doctor has told us that he will be discharged in the next few days,”  Mr Anzara told Nairobi News.

Source: Nairobi News

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Video: Lulu Hassan shocks fans with her fluent Kikuyu

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Citizen TV anchor Lulu Hassan awed fans when she spoke fluent Kikuyu at Inoooro TV.

The queen of Swahili language had a Kikuyu conversation with Inooro TV presenter Muthoni wa Mukiri as she explained what she did for valentines.

See video below.

Lulu Hassan presents Swahili news on citizen TV alongside her husband Rashid Abdalla. Together they have three children.

Lulu Hassan and husband Rashid Abdalla

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Enda honeymoon, Kenyans urge Dennis Okari after posting news update on Twitter

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NTV news anchor Dennis Okari got married on Friday 15th February in a colourful wedding ceremony to Naomi Joy and days later, it seems like he is back to work.

The secretive news anchor continued to post news on his social media platforms, attracting the attention of Kenyans who questioned as to when he would go on his honey moon.

Kenyans on twitter were on his case after he posted a news tweet a day after he got married and wondered when he would be off work to enjoy his honey moon with his wife.

 

 

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