- Jalang’o released a video showing a massive fire burning homes in Lang’ata, leaving 1,000 families homeless
- The lawmaker said he would help rebuild the houses with the help of Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.
- Some netizens praised Jalang’o for his quick action, while others called on him to seek a permanent solution.
Newly elected MP for Langata Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o has pledged to help his constituents whose homes were razed by fire.
Fire in Langa’ta
On Wednesday, September 21, the lawmaker released a video of a raging fire in the Silanga Highrise neighborhood.
Locals could be seen desperately trying to put out the fire using buckets, but their efforts appeared to have little effect.
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The MP said more than 100 families were left homeless by the blaze, but the county government’s fire unit responded quickly.
Jalang’o noted that he liaised with Governor Johnson Sakaja to rebuild the houses.
“A very sad evening. 100 homes were set on fire, the county fire crew responded and the blaze was brought under control.
Already working with Governor Sakaja Johnson to rebuild homes tomorrow and settle affected families.
Many Kenyans offered their condolences to the affected families, while others called on the MP to seek a permanent solution.
“You should entrust this project to young people who have graduated from university. Those who have undertaken construction and construction are many.
“Nairobi needs to work on a rapid fire response. Do not arrive on the scene 30 minutes or an hour later.
“Oh. Very sad indeed for them. Keep up the good work.
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” Oh my God. I am truly sorry for those involved.
Jalang’o at the shooting range
Somewhere else, TUKO.co.ke reported that the deputy went to a shooting range to learn how to use a firearm.
One image showed him wearing safety glasses as he took aim at an off-camera target. He accompanied it with a verse of hard-voiced trap music going in part:
“Gun in my hand, one in the head, ten in the magazine…Baby, just keep your voice down ’cause you might get hit.”
The next image was captured from behind and showed the bullseye he was aiming for.
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