This morning, the residents of Machakos county were in deep shock and disbelief after death robbed them a famous business tycoon and area leader.
According to reliable sources, the man identified as Muthama Karua, who was the Kenya University Staff Union (KUSU) chairman had perished after he was involved in a deadly accident along a highway in Naivasha.
According to Lemiso Sato, a blogger who enjoys massive social media following, Muthama Karua was an alcohol addict and the today's accident might have been caused as a result of driving while drunk.This allegations were supported by social media screenshots of Karua's friends who confirmed that they once drank alcohol with him.
May his soul rest in peace and may the Lord comfort his family during this difficult moment.
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