Three caskets belonging to the three men who perished in grisly accident in Yatta(source.Cpatterson)
Three men from Kangundo sub county who died on 26th September 2021 from in a grisly accident have been laid to rest today.
The trio Raphael Kitundu Leonard Kimeu and Dickson Kioko were on a motorbike that was hit by a bus on the fateful day at Kivandini, Yatta sub county of Machakos county.
Two of them died on the spot while one of them died while receiving treatment at Matuu level four hospital.
A requiem mass for the three was held at Kangundo DEB primary school where several leaders has attended.
Speaking after the function Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli called for justice to be served to the families of the three.
He also called for the traffic police to ensure unroadworthy vehicles are off the road.
According to reports the bus that causes the accident experienced faulty brakes this hitting the bike.
His sentiments were shared by Machakos woman representative Joyce Kamene Kasimbi who expressed concern for the high school kids left behind.
One of the three men who were laid to rest today is a brother to Kangundo central ward member of county assembly Moses Mitaa.
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