@venessachiri254 What does’nt kill us makes us stronger. We shall rise from the dust of the ashes. We never relent and can never.
@Real_Bazenga Daima mi ni mkenya mwananchi mzalendo #KenyaUnbowed
@richardkagoe We were tested and overcame the test. We were challenged and met the challenge
@Pascahl_Mwicigi To all victims, the survivors of the Bomb blast,may God continue healing the wounds and restoring everything you lost. I like the spirit of Kenyans of togetherness in times of need. The political class ought to embrace it too.
@Alii_Mohaa In our history books fri, 7th Aug 98 remains the darkest day in our history. A day marred by darkness, smoke, rubbles, blood& death. Men,women & children perished for senseless AlQaeda revenge against USA on Kenyan soil. we cherish the lives of all those victims.
@Chepkut_William A day like this in 07.08.1998 Kenyans woke up to the wave of Terrorism after the attacks in the US Embassy in Nairobi . Al-Qaida terror group planned and executed the bombing. Kenya remembers. #KenyaUnbowed#USEmbassyBombing1998
@larrykipz The memories of 1998 bomb blast attack at the US Embassy are still fresh. We lost many people during the fateful day may they continue resting in eternal peace . Someday, the enemy shall be defeated completely #KenyaUnbowed
@misterkiarii I heard the blast all the way from Kawangware.
@SpeakerKLusaka 22 years ago today, Kenya witnessed one of the worst terrorist attacks on its land. Tribute to the men & women who lost their lives on August 7, 1998. I pray for everyone who was injured/affected indirectly. The work of securing & strengthening our nation goes on. #KenyaUnbowed.
The August 7th Memorial Park stands on the grounds of the former US Embassy on top of the debris from the tragic 1998 bomb blast.