There exist Good people in his world but heartless people also exist in the same measure. It goes without saying that do to your neighbor what you may be also done to you.
Moses Kang’ete confession on Live TV interview has drawn mixed reactions in social media after revealing this.
Moses was employed in a reputable company in Nyeri, Kenya and all was going on well until the fateful day when fire broke out in the employer’s house.
Moses who was also at the Scene was safe but went an extra mile to try to secure other occupants of the house who happened to be employer’s mother and brother.
Sadly, the efforts backfired and all of them perished in the fire accident. He was the only lone survivor but had 55 percent body burns.
He now claims despite heavy compensation released as result of the damage, he has never received a single penny and his employer has since stopped receiving his calls.
One of the most painful injuries that one can ever experience is a burn injury. When a burn occurs to the skin, nerve endings are damaged causing intense feelings of pain.
n addition to the burn injury itself, a number of other functions may be affected. Burn injuries can affect muscles, bones, nerves, and blood vessels. The respiratory system can be damaged, with possible airway obstruction, respiratory failure and respiratory arrest.
Since burns injure the skin, they impair the body’s normal fluid/electrolyte balance, body temperature, body thermal regulation, joint function, manual dexterity, and physical appearance.
In addition to the physical damage caused by burns, patients also may suffer emotional and psychological problems that begin at the emergency scene and could last a long time.
Is it really fair for Moses ?