Mungu Mponye! Senior Sergeant Fighting For His Life After A Deadly Motorcycle Accident
By HotnewsSantos | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 9 views
In Kenya road accidents have increased in the past few months and becoming a norm. However, sometimes we cannot avoid them. The main causes of road accidents are careless driving and driving while drunk. Unfortunately, we have lost our loved ones to road accidents while those who have survived have been seriously injured.
It is sad as a senior sergeant Emmanuel Kalasinga was involved in a deadly accident. According to The Kenya Police on their Facebook page, his motorcycle hit a wall along Upper Hill Road and he was rushed to the hospital where he is being treated.
We wish abd pray for the senior sergeant a quick recovery. As opera news hub we send our quick recovery messages to Sergeant Emmanuel. What do you think? Thanks for your time. Please endeavour to like, feel free to share your thoughts and opinion in the comment section and also do not forget to share with others.
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