How Jalang'o's car saved Mercy Masika from Dusit Attack

God Wins!!!

Jalang'o and Mercy Masika

Gospel Singer Mercy Masika has disclosed how a car belonging to comedian Jalang’o saved her from the Dusit Attack.

In a post seen by Puslive.co.ke, Jalang’o shared his chats with the gospel singer before the attack happened.

Apparently, Masika was supposed to be at the Dusit Complex for a Salon appointment by 3:30pm but upon walking to the parking lot in the CBD to drive out to Dusit, she got her car blocked by Jalango’s Range Rover.

“Your car blocked us yesterday while I was going to my salon at Dusit for my 3:30pm appointment. God used your car to delay us. We thank God,” reads Mercy Masika’s message to Jalang’o.

At that time, the Milele FM Presenter was in a meeting for an upcoming consumer promotion. The process of getting Jalang’o to move his car and allow Mercy to drive out delayed for almost 20 minutes.

Upon leaving the CBD, news about Dusit attack emerged making her to cancel the Salon Appointment. 

Jalango's Post

“God wins! #DussitAttack ,So @mercymasikamuguro and I are involved in an upcoming consumer promotion and so we were invited for a meeting at the client office... I was in another meeting so I get to client meeting after Mercy! Driving in, the client parking is full so Iam forced to Double Park blocking other cars! I walk into the meeting and client has finished briefing Mercy and she is in a hurry for her saloon appointment since the next day is the launch date and she has to look the part! She hurriedly leave only to find her car blocked so they call me move my car but I give out my car key so there is a bit of delay! When she leaves not more than 20mins later news of the attack at Dusit where she was going for her appointment quickly spread! Waaaaa! When she shared the message I just thanked God! #GodAboveEverythingreads Jalang’o post.

Death toll hits 21

The attack at Dusit complex was reported at around 3:15pm Tuesday , recording a 15 minutes difference with the time Mercy Masika was supposed to arrive there (3:30).

On Thursday, the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet confirmed that the death toll from the attack had risen to 21 people.

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