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Willy Paul: I survived the horrific attack at 14 Riverside

Popular gospel musician Willy Paul has revealed that he survived the explosion at 14 Riverside Drive off Chiromo Road in Westlands on Tuesday.

According to Willy Paul, he was at a building near the hotel for a meeting, when the incident happened.

“While in my meeting, the first thing I heard was a blast from a very powerful explosive, the second thing that followed was gun shots. I can’t believe I’m here typing. I just survived this horrific incident,” said Willy Paul.


 

Willy Paul in his own words:

“Today, I've seen how much God loves me!! He's given me another chance to live. I hope everyone survived the attack at dusit. I've never come across such a thing in my life!!! People have been injured and some have lost their lives!!

“The police should dig deep into this issue because the kind of weapons that we're used a few minutes back are not usual!! Someone somewhere is supplying this people with this weapons.

“While in my meeting the fast thing I had was a blast from a very powerful explosive, the second thing that followed were gun shots. I can't believe I'm here typing, I just survived this horrific incident. Thank you Lord. I will never get tired of thanking you and serving under you,” the musician concluded.

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Today, I've seen how much God loves me!! He's given me another chance to live. I hope everyone survived the attack at dusit.. I've never come across such a thing in my life!!! People have been injured and some have lost their lives!! The police should dig deep into this issue because the kind of weapons that we're used afew minutes back are not usual!! Someone somewhere is supplying this people with this weapons.. While in my meeting the fast thing I had was a blast from a very powerful explosive, the second thing that followed were gun shots. I can't believe I'm here typing, I just survived this horrific incident.. Thank you Lord. I will never get tired of thanking you and serving under you !!!

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Al Shabaab claimed responsibility for the heavy gunfire and explosion.

Al- Shabaab Spokesman confirmed that they were ‘conducting an operation’ in the area.

"We are currently conducting an operation in Nairobi," the group's military operations spokesman told Al Jazeera.