Heroes who put their lives at risk to save victims of Riverside attack


Heroes who put their lives at risk to save victims of Riverside attack

The attack at 14 Riverside in Nairobi entered Day Two on Wednesday even as Kenyans took to social media to offer words of encouragement to fellow citizens and commend the swift response of security agencies.

People from around the world also sent messages of peace and urged everyone to rally behind Kenyans as they fight the attackers.

Shocking images of armed security forces giving cover to those they found at 14 Riverside Drive emerged on Tuesday as the Kenya Police, Kenya Army, Recce Squad and other agencies worked together through the night.

A private citizen identified as Inayat Kassam, who is a licensed gun holder as well as an experienced combatives and shooting instructor, is one of those who was spotted helping victims from the scene of the attack.

Some also pleaded for donations of food and drinks for officers still at the scene.

One hour later, this picture emerged of Kenyans serving food and drinks to security agencies.

This is what Kenyans had to say about their security forces and humanitarian agencies some of whom are still holed up at 14 Riverside in a bid to flush out the attackers.

https://twitter.com/Sang_254/status/1085400120521297922

An armed officer tells survivors to stay back and duck down as he tries to lead them to safety

A Twitter user identified as Ferenc G. Konzorus from Hungary said: “We in the West care when terrorists attack New York, London, and Paris. We should care when terrorists attack Nairobi too.”

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