Kisii deputy gorvenor Joash Maangi was this evening involved in a car accident.The DG was headed to Nairobi when he got involved in an accident but wasn't injured.
According to KTN the vehicle had three occupants by the time the accident happened at Ololunga narok county at 7:30 pm.
The accident happened when a bodaboda joined the road from a bush path leading to a head on collision where the bodaboda rider died instantly.
The incident attracted the wrath of the locals who had gathered at the scene hence the burning of Maangi's car as he escaped through a friend's car unhurt. The mob had overpowered the police who arrived there to carry out investigations.
Mr Maangi was arrested on Monday during the burial of former cabinet minister Simion Nyachae. However he was released later without any charges being preffred against him together with mugirango mp Silvanus Osoro.
The two accused the gorvenment of persecuting them because they support the deputy president William Ruto.
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