Two Days After Being Arrested, Kisii DG Joash Maangi Hits The Headlines With This Sad News
By +254HotNews | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 0 views
Citizen Tv on facebook have shared information that Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi and two aides unhurt after a road accident that killed two people at Ololunga in Narok County.
According to Citizen tv, angry residents torched Maangi's Vehicle.This is what Citizen posted on facebook,
"Kisii DG Joash Maangi and two aides unhurt after a road accident that killed two people at Ololunga in Narok County, angry residents torch DG's vehicle."
A fan replied saying,"This man should now relax an go behind the scenes, he just buried his father, the other day he was arrested, and now he's been in an accident."
Another fan replied saying,"The class war has eaten one of it's advocates, Kisii county DG Joash Maangi. His car torched by hustlers after he got involved in an accident at Olulung'a. HUSTLERS vs THE RICH will finish this country. It must be stopped!!"
Another fan replied saying,"Maybe Simba Arati pushed his vehicle 🚜🙄.... The government should provide heavy security to his Excellency the the DG."
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