The past few days kenyans have witnessed some scary and bizarre accidents with many claiming lives and others leaving innocent kenyans nursing serious injuries.
However in the latest news, Kabras member of county assembly was involved in a grisly road accident that claimed one life.
Sources have it the MCA happened to have rammed a boda boda operator killing him on the spot as his car rolled several times along the road.
According to the Fomer senetor the member of county assembly was rushed to a local where he is receiving treatment after he sustaining some serious injuries.
In the past few days some scary and bizarre accidents have occurred along the roads where some people have lost their lives.
However in a majority of this grisly road accident, motorists were alleged to have been over speeding.
In another observation most of this fatal accident that have claimed lives, most of them being boda boda operators as they are said to carelessly flaunt road rules. source Bonny Khalwale
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