Emotion As Photos Of A Man Who Was Killed By A Top Politician's Motorcade Emerges Online
By MissedCall50 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7 views
The photos of a man who was murdered in a grisly accident by one of the top Kenya's politician's motorcade emerged online raising emotional reaction among Kenyans online.
The man who was identified as Christopher Nderitu was yesterday runned off by one vehicle which was speeding heading to Nyeri while escorting several government official.
Source revealed that the motorcade was over speeding along Nyeri road and it was heading at Sagana lodge in Nyeri county where president Uhuru Mwegai Kenyatta was holding a brief meeting with several mount Kenya politicians.
The late was feared dead on the spot after the fatal impact. Traffic officers came to the scene of the accident and tried to investigate the cause of the accident. The motorcade was later on allowed to proceed with the journey.
His body was taken at Nyeri county morgue. He was a family man, he left behind several children and a young wife. His family appealed to the government to intervene so that justice may prevailed. May his soul rest in peace.
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