It is day two of the terror attack that took place at 14 Riverside Drive in Nairobi and one of the survivors, Willy Paul, narrated how he escaped unhurt.
Fifteen lives are confirmed to have been lost in the attack but Willy Paul Msafi, a Kenyan gospel artiste lives to see the light of day and he has so much to tell about how lucky he got on Tuesday evening.
Willy Paul was caught in the fracas amidst the gunfire and several blasts that happened at the Dusit hotel facilities where he had gone for a meeting.
He was however very lucky, or rather blessed, that he was among the first people to be rescued by the police and other security forces on Tuesday evening.
“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.“Willy Paul Msafi
He thanked God for saving his life and asked the police to dig deep into the issue because the kind of weapons that were being used at the scene were not familiar to him.
His fans congratulated him and thanked the creator for giving him another chance to bless them with his good music.
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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 !!!
It is believed that the security forces are currently in control after neutralizing two of the suspected terrorists however the area still remains under tight security.