DP William Ruto's Bodyguard Falls Down From An Overspeeding Vehicle In Rongai. (VIDEO)
The bodyguard of the deputy President William Samoei Ruto fell down from sn over-speeding vehicle on Monday in Rongai and this was a very painful scene as the bodyguard could be seen rolling down on the ground after falling down.
However, he was lucky enough to have Survived as there was no vehicle or motorcycle that came in his direction. The police escort officers who had motorcycles stopped and another vehicle came from behind which he then boarded.
The vehicles were on very high speed and from the video, it's like the bodyguard was badly injured from the falling down he experienced.
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