• A learning institution attached to the PCEA church was also torched and vandalised.
• There had been running battles between police and the group that was targeting the kiosk.
Kibera businessman John whose business; a hardware and a pub were razed to the ground yesterday is still counting his losses.
This was after his club whose stock was almost four million was burnt to the ground by demonstrators
According to the businessman, the club, from where he eked out a living had stock worth nearly Ksh.4 million as of Monday.
On Tuesday, all that remained were ashes, iron sheets, and stones... and a new apprehension of how he will take care of his family.
"Stock ya club ilikuwa ni Ksh.3.9 million, hii ndio ilikuwa investment yetu ya maisha," John told Citizen Digital on Tuesday.
"Hapa ndio tunasomesha watoto, kila kitu ni hapa, sasa vile hii imechomeka, I do not know where to start, hata chakula ya kupelekea watoto hakuna,"
A PCEA church was also burnt in the process. This was after an adjacent building spread fire to it. The church is yet to quantify the losses incurred during the attack.
According to Reverend Sarah Muriithi, the PCEA parish minister in Kibera, the church was set on fire by goons on Monday.
A learning institution attached to the PCEA church was also torched and vandalised.
The drama started when a group attacked a kiosk next to the mosque in Makina area, saying it was hosting a group that was sponsoring their attacks. According to police, in the process, the group set the kiosk on fire.
Police said the fire spread to the nearby mosque burning a section of it before firefighters and those who had gone there to pray contained it.
There had been running battles between police and the group that was targeting the kiosk.