A photo of Nelson Havi [Photo|Courtesy]
Cherargei was involved in the accident along the Kapsabet-Eldoret road as photos of the accident scene flooded the internet.
Some netizens however took issues on why Cheragei was flouting government's orders on a dusk to dawn curfew. Others went to an extent of celebrating the sad incident.
A photo of the incident. [Photo|courtesy]
However Nelson Havi has said that such sentiments point to a society that is losing value and that it is stupid to celebrate an accident.
"I have seen some here celebrating that Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has been injured in a traffic accident. Why have we descended to such a morbid and moronic low level as a Society? I wish the Senator a quick recovery," Havi tweeted.
A screenshot of Havi's tweet today.
Meanwhile Cherargei who is a lawyer by profession has cleared the air and said he is safe.
"Safe & sound. God bless you all.Blessed sabbath.Sanitize stay home stay safe# mtetezi," he posted on his Facebook account.
A screenshot of Cherargei's post on Facebook.
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