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Road accidents have day by day out continued cutting short the life's of people. Many people who leave home with hopes and expectations of returning back end up dying through road accidents thus sending their family members into grief.
This broad day light, a road accident involving a politicians campaign vehicle and a boda boda carrying passengers has reportedly been witnessed along the busy Nakuru-Nairobi road. According to sources, the allegedly speeding campaign vehicle branded with the Nakuru's Governor Lee Kinyanjui's graffiti has hit a bodaboda in Nakuru. Sadly, two rider's are feared dead as the campaign vehicle gets turned into a wrecked.
Lee Kinyanjui is the current Governor of Nakuru and is seeking to retain his seat under the Jubilee Party ticket. He is engaging in a tough contest with the Nakuru's Senator Susan Kihika of UDA.
As the country head of the August general elections, Politicians are again being reminded to ensure that they use their campaigns vehicle well to avoid the spiking cases of road accidents.
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