Nairobi Traffic Police Commander Mr. Joshua Omukata has finally broken his silence after Thursday's event. It was reported that Inspector General Hillary Mityambayi's son David Mwenda caused a tragic accident in Nairobi. According to the sources, David Mwenda over-speeded his vehicle which ended up causing a horrific accident.
On Friday, David Mwenda surrendered to the police station. Well, more details are emerging as the Nairobi Traffic Police Commander has disclosed that, police officers are partaking in a thorough investigation.
“Even if he is the son of the IG, the thing ahead of us is an accident. We are not investigating the son of the IG we are investigating the accident. It is not about other personalities,” Mr. Joshua Omukata said.
He has also retaliated that Mr. David Mwenda will undergo a medical examination which will give direction whether Mwenda was a drunkard. May Almighty God comfort all who lost their loved ones. We pray for a quick recovery for the survivor of the tragedy.
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