Simon Ngure,a former Inooro FM journalist who is currently working with Mount Kenya TV has lost a brother on a road accident. The brother named Jeff had an accident in Nakuru county,Dundori ward in a village called Mastore.
The decease was ferrying water from a place called Mukuyu to feed the cattle. According to the eye witness, the man had gone several trips. He was ferrying water using a personal car.
As he was coming to get the water, the car hit a bump and rolled over, landed on the passanger side. When the well wishers came to salvage the situation, they realized that the man was heavily injured and he succumbed before he could be taken to hospital.
Many of them could not believe what has happened because the could see him ferrying the water without knowing that the same car would take his precious life away.
It such a hard time for the family, friends and neighbours, for this great loss. We wish them peace that is beyond human understanding, May Jeff Soul Rest In Peace. Shallom
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