Kenyans joined in sending their goodwill messages to a renowned politician after the car he was driving was involved in a grisly road accident.
According to the source, the car of Hon. Simon Kanyuta who is the current members of the county assembly for the Marmanet ward in Laikipia veered off the road and rolled in the ditch after it lost control for unknown reasons.
Good samaritans rushed to the scene and rescued him, he was taken to the nearest private hospital where he was offered first aid before being admitted. Sources revealed that he is in a stable condition.
Hon. Simon is known for his hardworking and commitment to serving the people of Marmanet ward and the entire Laikipia. Apart from being a politician, he is also a leader and a family man who is respected by people. May he get well soon.
Drivers have been asked to go slow to avoid such accidents that have been reported in several parts of the country. Reports indicate that many lives have been lost on roads due to the negligence of drivers.
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