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Raila vows to get to the bottom of Precious Talent tragedy

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has vowed to look into the bottom of the cause of Precious Talent School tragedy.

The ODM leader was joined by Women Rep. Esther Passaris in lamenting the loss of pupils.

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Raila Odinga also sent his heartfelt condolences to the parents and guardians of the affected pupils.

He continued by saying he prays that God grants them the strength as they struggle with the struggle as he wished all the injured a quick recovery.

Also read: Precious Talent Primary school caves in, kills seven pupils

“It is heartbreaking to lose young Kenyans in such a tragedy. We must get to the bottom of how it came to this.” Said Hon. Raila Odinga.

Also passing his heartfelt condolences was Nairobi Women Rep. Esther Passaris who also said the school environment should be safe for all students.

Women Rep. Esther Passaris joined Raila Odinga to pass their deepest condolences
Women Rep. Esther Passaris at the scene of the tragedy

The Monday morning accident has reportedly killed seven pupils as over 20 others have been rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital to receive treatment.

“My deepest sympathies to the families affected by this disaster. The school environment should be safe for ALL students at ALL times. This is utterly unacceptable!” Said Passaris.

Rescuers arrived at the scene to check in between the rubbles and make sure the whole place is properly checked.

The government has also assured every affected parent that they will carter for all medical expenses.

Berryl Achieng
Berryl Achieng
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