It's hurting and unbelievable to the residents of Kitui County to have received sad news today. The Enziu River in Kitui County Mwingi East has today claimed over twenty passengers who are believed to be attending a wedding ceremony.
The most affected are believed to be Catholic faithfuls more so choir members who were going to grace the wedding occasion.
It has emerged that the St. Joseph Seminary Choir members were the most affected. This was seen in a vedio Circulating in the mediaThe cour members were heard singing rehearsing for the occasion just minutes before the incident occured. May the Almighty God Rest the souls of the departed in peace. https://www.operanewsapp.com/ke/en/posts/CP-Omm1JYmZJ
Several are also believed to have been rescued by those who were near during the incident. We are wishing them quick recovery.
It should also be sounded as a warning to our drivers that, it's the rain season and they should not put the lifes of innocent Kenyans at risk rushing. Most of our Ukambani rivers are too dangerous during the rainy season.
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