The award winning musician was involved in a grisly accident alongside the late Esir along the Nakuru- Nairobi highway. They were returning from performing when their car lost control killing Esir while nameless narrowly escaped with minor injuries.
2. Betty Kyalo.
The former K24 news anchor survived an accident while a student at Kangundo Girls High School. She was hit by a Matatu and got trapped under. She broke her jaw and her lungs collapsed due to the accident.
3. Daddy Owen.
The popular gospel musician joined a gang that was terrorising residents inspite of warnings from his parents. He fell victim to mob Justice after he attempted to steal from a pedestrian. He was badly beaten and his eye poked with a sharp object. The incident made him get saved and he joined the gospel industry.
4. Lulu Hassan.
The celebrated Citizen TV news presenter was involved in a road accident in 2010 while heading to Kisumu for work. She had injured a leg and feared she would never walk again. She revealed in a previous interview that it was the reason why she walked with a limp.
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