Yesterday was a sad day for Mvita Member of Parliament honourable Abdulswammad Shariff Nassir, after four members of his staff lost their lives through a road accident. The four were said to have been travelling to an event that is to happen later today.The car that the four were travelling in is said to have rolled several times at Mpeketoni, Mombasa, leading to their death. The four staff members who lost their lives are Mr Ali Omar Naaman, Ms Carol Wayua Mueni, Mr Athman Mohammed Omar and Mr Elyson Musyoka. Several leaders have already sent their condolences to the Mvita Mp and the families who have lost their loved ones including Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho. The Public has also sent their condolences to the grieving families. "May almighty Allah assuage your grief and grant you strength and patience to endure this calamity. We raise our hands in prayers with you all as we ask the almighty to grant the deceased forgiveness". Read part of governor Joho's post Below are some condolences from the public and beautiful photos of Carol Mueni.
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