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Kenya: Survivors of fire tragedy that killed over 100 tell court Kenya Pipeline Company never warned them of danger of underground oil pipes

Author: Vincent Ogoya, Daily Nation (Kenya), Published on: 27 January 2015

Survivors of the 2011 fire tragedy at Sinai slums in Nairobi have claimed that the Kenya Pipeline Company had not served them with any eviction notice before the tragedy happened...

The victims said they had occupied the land for twenty years before the fire broke out and shattered their sources of livelihood besides claiming the lives of their loved ones, but had never heard it belonged to KPC. “If they would have told us we were living next to danger we would have vacated,” Ms Rebecca Ndeta, one of the victims, said.

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Related companies: Kenya Pipeline Company