Ex-deputy school headmistress dies in tragic road accident while heading to brother's funeral at Ngutunyi.
Nancy Wanjala Mwashumbe lost her life in a tragic road accident yesterday night April 7 next to Voi at Ngutunyi, along the Mombasa-Nairobi Road.
Nancy, was a deputy headteacher before ditching her teaching role to vie for Chaani Ward seat in Changamwe District under Party ticket.
Prior to declaring her interest in politics, she was a deputy headmistress of the Coast Girls High School in Mombasa County.
Mombasa gubernatorial aspirant on the UDA ticket Hassan Omar eulogised Nancy as a great ally and a teacher with a lot of wisdom.
"She was heading way to her brother's burial slated for Saturday, April 9 when the incident happened." Said a source privy to this desk.
He perished on the spot along Kangemi road, Nairobi on Thursday.
The police commander saidd that Kogo was the only occcupant who lost his life in the accident that involved head-on collision of matatu and a parcel bus.
Kabete police chief Francis Muthui said the accident happened at around 5.30am.
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