Quick recovery to him. Loved and respected teacher escapes death after a trailer hit him
By Olusabeti | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 0 views
A loved, respected and reknown teacher has escaped death after being involved in an accident where a trailer hit him.
Moses Wasike escaped death after a trailer hit him along Ugunja-Busia road. He broke his hand and sustained injuries on his face. He is currently receiving medication at Referral Lifecare Bgm.
One of his former student requested Kenyans to wish Mr Moses Wasike a quick recovery as he is a teacher who knows his duties well and has a pure heart too.
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Photos of Mr Moses Wasike
Netizens have wished him a quick recovery as they also sent their sorrowful messages to him.
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It is so sad that accidents are so many nowadays. May God protect us while we make good use of our roads. Let all motorists, pedestrians and cyclists ensure they are safe and observe road safety measures and regulations.
Quick recovery to teacher Moses.
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