On the morning of January 15, a Nissan shuttle collided with a parked trailer on the Eldoret-Webuye Highway, causing four deaths.
A coworker has revealed that Joan Sikuku, one of the four victims of the tragedy in the Musembe region, had recently secured a new job.
(Photo of Joan Sikuku)
Nafula Masika said in a Facebook comment that Joan was to start her new employment on January 16. According to Nafula, the victim was supposed to become her new coworker before the incident.
"Even though I didn't know her personally, I'm heartbroken for her loss. Our office was expecting this gal to start working with us today. She was supposed to start a new job today," Nafula said.
On Friday, January 13, the deceased's friends celebrated the news that she had landed a new job, as reported by another of her friends. "On Friday, we all cheered because you were starting a new job today. What a tragedy; I, Joan Sikuku, am completely devastated. Incredible that you perished on the way to your new job. Put your worries to rest, buddy, "said Connie Kats on Facebook.
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