According to news hitting the air waves just now, Ex-Sirisia MP's wife Ms Janet Khaoya Munyasia was among 3 killed in a road crash along Kitale-Webuye highway.
Janet is the wife to Former Sirisia Mp John Munyasia.
Reports by the media indicate that she was among the three people who died in a terrifying road accident that killed three and left dozens with injuries.
On the said incident a Webuye bound matatu rammed headon with an oncoming tanker killing three on the spot.
Sadly, another terrifying road accident occurred today in the morning killing six after a truck fell on a matatu after a deadly collision.
A huge number of these accidents have been caused by some rogue drivers who were either overspeeding or drunk driving.
Police officers have urged all kenyans to be observant and also slowl down along the roads to previous such incidents.
Thousand of kenyans have expressed their shock and deepest condolences to The Mps family after the untimely demise of their loved one.
More to follow...
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