In our country, there are many government officials who are helping the government to do different works. Some officials include chief's, MCAs and even police officers. Unfortunately, some have been confirmed dead after being involved in accidents in our country. Some causes of accidents include; poor roads and careless drivers.
According to the source, sad news have emerge today from Narok. It has been reported that, assistant chief of Kuto location in Narok West Sub-county have passed away today morning. The assistant Chief who was driving a motorbike lost control and unfortunately a truck hit him and died on the spot at around 7 am today . He was heading to Narok when this terrible accident occurred. Furthermore, Narok police commander have confirmed the death of Koech. His body have been taken to morgue as the police officers are still doing investigations to determine what happened.
Let us pray for his family during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.
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