Top politician admits his V8 car ran over crippled Nyeri father on wheelchair, but did not kill him
By Rasheedy | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 23191 views
A top politician has admitted that his vehicle was among the convoy that was involved in the death of a crippled man who was knocked by a speeding convoy. The convoy which was headed to Sagana state lodge is said to have killed the father of three who was heading home after closing his business situated near the scene of the accident. According to Tuko.co.ke digital news media, the victim of the accident was run over by three cars which included former Embu senator Lenny Kivuti who admitted that he was among the convoy. He stated that his car was not the one that hit the victim but only ran over him after he had already been hit by the first car.
Police spokesman Owino yesterday denied that an accident was reported that it killed the disabled man saying he didn't have any notification of such an incident. The circumstances surrounding the accident have been disputed by several information giving different accounts.
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