Ronald Ng'eno Riverside attack survivor
Ronald Ng'eno Riverside attack survivor

Ronald Ng’eno is safe to be alive.

The Kenyan man was among those who were held hostage at the 14 Riverside complex Tuesday afternoon by suspected terrorists.

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Ronald took to social media a few minutes after the attack to call for help. In his tweets, the distressed Ng’eno called upon Kenyans to pray for the hostages. In one of his posts he wrote;

Please pray for us we are under attack massive terrorist attack massive bomb blast then gunshots please pray, the prayers of righteous availeth much

Ronald Ng'eno

He was rescued yesterday and has taken to social media to thank God for giving him another chance and also Kenyans for their tremendous support.

I am now out and I thank God for saving our lives, His angels really protected us. Full of gratitude to the brave actions of the Kenya Police and Kenya Defence forces.

Ronald Ng'eno

Check out reactions from Kenyans

Olchore Lekulei Wilber amen you are safe bro

Johnstone Cherinyit Ngetich JC Our God is wonderful

Luciana Chepkoech We thank God, he was rescued and safe

Faith Jebet Chilgong Lord hear our prayers.God is in control

Jackie Chepkoech God will protect you

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Koech Benard God will c u through

Christine Mwangi Death shall not be your portion in Jesus Name

Wesonga Wesonga You are saved

Euodiah Chebet INDEED. Your God is a faithful God.

Stans K Faith God is faithful

Edwin Too We are persistently praying for you and it shall be well.

Catherine Wairimu Thank-you Lord for saving Ron and others. Lord God protect our nation from evil men in Jesus name