Former Nairobi Diaries socialite, Bridget Achieng has come clean on the events that transpired during her much-hyped Nai Fest that unfortunately cost some their lives.
An event that went down on Saturday, November 7 with the aim of celebrating the diversity and uniqueness of the Nairobi culture that unfortunately, disappointed revelers in attendance.
Missing case found dead
Unfortunately, a 17-year old boy was reported missing after the event, only to be found dead, days later.
As Kenyans continue to demand justice for the teenage boy, the event organizer Bridget Achieng has come out to speak on the same.
Bridget Achieng speaks
Following the fatal incident, Bridget and the Nai Fest fraternity, expressed remorse and deep regret over the case.
“We state in no uncertain terms, it is deeply regrettable,” reads her statement.
Adding, “we have commenced investigations in conjunction with the DCI Dagoretti in an attempt to ascertain the crimes that were allegedly committed on the said date.”
The address further indicates that the Nai Fest fraternity had made proper arrangement to ensure all went as planned but;
“In this regard, we shall continue to stand with and support the families adversely affected. It is regrettable and we hope it shall not happen again,” the letter wraps up.
Her posts have since attracted mixed reactions as friends of the deceased boy insist he was murdered by bouncers and his body dumped in the morgue, thereby demanding justice.
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