Meanwhile, several leaders and top government officials including Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka visited Sinai slums, to condole with families of those who perished in the fire tragedy.
The leaders pledged government's support for the fire victims and survivors.
Cabinet ministers Prof George Saitoti, Kiraitu Murungi, Beth Mugo and Esther Murugi visited fire survivors at KNH.
The PM who also visited the injured at the Kenyatta National Hospital sent his heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and expressed his sympathy with the survivors and wished them quick recovery.
Noting that the accident was the worst tragedy to occur in the history of the country in the energy sector, Raila said the government had instituted thorough investigations in the accident to determine the cause and avoid similar occurrences in future.
He asked the nation to remain calm even as he pledged that the government will compensate the families of those who lost their lives.
Oil casket failure
The Premier, who was briefed about the tragedy at the Kenya Pipeline offices in industrial area, said the possible cause of the fire was a failure of a casket that caused the oil to leak into the drainage igniting the fire.
Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka appealed to Kenyans to be calm saying investigations into the fire have been launched.
He said it was not time to blame anyone for the tragedy and urged Kenyans to support the affected families.
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the leaders to feel a sense of collective responsibility, adding that he was determined to do everything it can to meet the needs of those affected.
"We heard people from lives that were lost, we saw the wounded away, their lives changed completely. As Kenyans we feel a collective sense of loss and grief. As leaders, we must have a sense of collective responsibility, "Uhuru said.
Those who visited the various hospitals where survivors are admitted called on Kenyans to step in and help. Counseling centres have been set up at the City Stadium. The Red Cross has also set up a tracing centre at Family Hope Clinic at Sinai.
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Overland rescue efforts at the scene of the fire accident at the Sinai slums that has so far claimed more than a hundred of lives is almost over.
Jarvis Sunday from the Kenya Red Cross says they are now searching for bodies in the nearby sewage filled Mutogwe river.
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