A water gel explosive has been found in Eastleigh 11th Street.
The explosive has a jelly-like consistency and come in sausage-like packing stapled shut on both sides.
Oblivious of the danger of what they were exposing themselves, passersby came to watch what it was only to be told that it was a dangerous explosive used by suicide bombers.
The incident happens four days after Dusit Complex in River Side Nairobi County was attacked by Al-Shabaab terrorists.
At least 21 people lost their lives but a quick intervention by Kenya’s security agents saved more than 700 individuals.
It is claimed gel explosives are less expensive to acquire than other explosives and are mainly used by miners but lethal if used for criminal activities.
Investigations on where it came from and who would have dropped the bomb are underway.