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‘His angels really protected us!’ cries #RiversideAttack survivor



Everyone was touched by Ron Ng’eno’s message to his family after terrorist attacked his workplace at 14 Riverside on Tuesday 15 at 3pm.

The PR practitioner took to twitter and sent out and SOS minutes after the attack took place.

“I am in 14 Riverside drive hiding in a bathroom and we are under attack.”

Adding, “There was a massive bombs blast then gunshots, please @USEmbassyKenya @IsraelEmergency HELP SOS.”

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Ron continued, “I am hiding in a bathroom room terrorist are going room to room HELP @AfricaMediaHub @nytimes @BBCWorld @BBCBreaking.”

As a parting shot, Ron prayed:

“If I die I love the Lord and believe I will go to heaven please tell my family I love then I love you Caleb, Mark and Carol.”

After he was rescued, Ron took to Twitter to update the anxious followers. He assuaged their fear by letting them know that he is free and doing well.

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Rono Tweeted:

“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.”

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