Our future is now. We are here now.

We have seen the Cellulant family come together with the resolve to be resilient, to never fear or be unnerved. To lead in creating a greater meaning to our loss.  We have seen these leaderships instinct kick in across all our teams in Africa with a renewed determination.

The Journey to Recovery

The road to recovery has been and still is treacherous. I wake up every day with raging battles in my mind. Battles against negative thoughts, attitudes, fear, and paranoia. As the Co-CEO & Co-Founder Ken Njoroge aptly put it, “sometimes I am winning, other times I am taking a beating.”

We owe it to Africa to recover from the Terror Attack

15th January 2019 was one of the hardest days of our lives. We were going about our usual activities of trying to make Africa a better place. At around 3 pm, terrorists decided to disrupt this mission by attacking 14 Riverside Drive which housed our offices in Nairobi.

The lessons we have learnt from the tragedy; HR & Talent

It is said that you don’t know what you have until it is gone. Truth is you knew what you had you just thought you’d never lose it.

The events of January 15th are still fresh in my memory like yesterday as I remember how terror struck and deprived us of brave 6 minds at Cellulant. Nevertheless – we are stronger again.

Making sense of the Cellulant Brave Six loss – Angela Centra

For Cellulant 15th January 2019, the unimaginable happened. On a day unlike any, we have ever experienced six brave souls lost their lives to terrorists’ bullets in the 14 Riverside Attack. While many where crippled that day, leaders in the building jumped into action saving numerous colleagues, rescuing many out of danger. 

Counseling and Rising Up for the grieving families

In the wake of all that happened, our hearts were torn apart, families affected and lives lost. The Cellulant family rose up to the occasion to support the grieving families. The support encompassed finances and moral support. This was just phenomenal.

Standing in during times of crisis

On that dark day, 15th January 2019, I was at work getting tasks done and suddenly there was a frantic activity on the group page about a crisis happening.  My attention was immediately drawn towards these events, it seemed like a movie reel was rolling in hyper speed.

Appreciation of healing one moment at a time

Recovery takes time and our road to recovery is no different. It’s one we travel a day at a time. It’s one filled with different emotions and unanswered questions. Why them? This is a question I have asked myself so many times since the events of 15th January 2019. 

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