A horrific accident has occurred in Uasin Gishu where a vehicle belonging to Soy member of parliament, Caleb Kositany, bursted into flames under unclear circumstances. This strange scene has happened in the middle of a busy road in Uasin Gishu county.
Luckily, nobody has been hurt in this horrific ordeal which is believed to have been caused by a mechanical hitch. Kositany was not in this vehicle during the time of incident. The vehicle which looks like a campaign car had speakers and other sound systems which have also burnt to ashes.
The residents who were around the scene of this incident tried to put off the fire using water but damage had already occurred on the bigger part of the vehicle. Watch video.
Caleb Kositany is eyeing for the Uasin Gishu gubernatorial seat on a UDA party ticket. He is among the rift valley leaders who support the deputy president William Ruto.
The MP is yet to break silence on this accident. Share your thoughts.
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