Rescue workers in Kenya have managed to pull a six-month-old baby girl out of the rubble of a building in Kenya's capital on Tuesday and reunited her with her father, more than three days after it collapsed following days of heavy rain.
The Kenya Red Cross has revealed that the child, Dealeryn Saisi Wasike who had been buried for about 80 hours, was found in a bucket wrapped in a blanket appeared dehydrated, and with no visible physical injuries. The collapse of the building was the latest such disaster in a fast expanding African city that is struggling to build homes fast enough.
Similar disasters have afflicted other African conurbations. In 2014, a church in Lagos, one of Africa's biggest cities, collapsed killing 115 people. A Nigerian coroner last year blamed poor construction.