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Devastated: Lady Bee wails as 5-year Athi River investment is demolished

Gospel musician Lady Bee recently opened up about her deep disappointment and heartache as she watched her five-year investment disintegrate during the ongoing Athi-River demolitions, now in their fifth day.

In a video posted on her Instagram account, Lady Bee shared the harrowing experience she went through and expressed her gratitude to God for her survival.

“I can’t thank God enough for salvation because Saturday ningedie (I would have died), but I am here to testify that indeed the joy of the Lord is my strength. Watching helplessly as my property goes down is the most painful thing ever. My heart is so broken. Why didn’t you give us notice then?” Lady Bee questioned.

She expressed her heartfelt condolences to her neighbors in Athi River, Mavoko County, where the traumatic events transpired.

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She described the demolitions as inhumane, insensitive, and deeply distressing.

“My deepest condolences to all my neighbors in Athi River, Mavoko County. What happened to us was profoundly inhuman, lacking all sensitivity, and felt like an evil act. I have never felt as emotionally shattered as I do now,” she conveyed.

Lady Bee also revealed her sleepless nights and the profound pain in her heart as she watched her five-year investment crumble in minutes in the last three days.

She mentioned that she discovered comfort in the belief that Jesus has the power to offer solace, restoration, and tranquility.

“For the past three days, I haven’t been able to sleep. I’ve been making sacrifices for a better life, and it’s heartbreaking to see five years of investment vanish in minutes. It truly feels like hitting rock bottom. But I believe that Jesus can comfort, restore, and grant us peace,” she expressed.

The continuous demolition of houses in Athi-River has left a deep and distressing mark on many squatters and property owners.

TikTok content creator Alvan Love also disclosed that his mother was one of the many families affected by the demolition of their homes.

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