SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah)- 62 people are dead and dozens of others injured. Now, people from Kenya who live in Utah gathered for a prayer vigil Monday night at the state capitol for the victims and their families.
A brief moment of silence at the Utah State Capitol comes just hours after chaos and confusion at the hands of terrorists in a Kenyan mall ends.
“That is really devastating to us,” said Kenya Musungu.
Our profound condolences to our Kenyan colleagues and companions in the current crisis situation in Nairobi....We are sending our love and prayers all those affected. May there be some glimmer of sanity and resolution somehow and may those who would do such desperate dreadful things to fellow human beings be somehow awakened to the horror of their acts and try to amend in whatever way they can. It is beyond all understanding. We are so sorry....