UDA aspirant dies in tragic road crash while going to her brother's burial day after Nandi Parliamentary hopeful .
Nancy Wanjala Mwashumbe died in a tragic road crash on the night of Thursday, April 7 near Voi at Ngutunyi, along the Mombasa-Nairobi Highway.
She was heading to her brother's burial planned set for Friday day, April 8, 2022.
Nancy, a school teacher, ditched her profession as deputy headmistress of the Coast Girls High School in Mombasa to contest for the Chaani Ward seat in Changamwe Constituency under the UDA party ticket.
This comes barely a day after Nandi Hills parliamentary seat aspirant Wesley Kibet Kogo perished on the spot on Thursday, April 7.
Kogo, known as Tingeet, died in a road crash in Nairobi county's Kangemi route.
According to his latest Facebook update, the 30-year-old prior to his death was going for a talk show at KASS FM radio studios in Nairobi city.
The parliamentary aspirant declared interest to succeed the outgoing MP Alfred Keter on the UDA part ticket. His body was transferred to the City Morgue.
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