Citizen TV has posted some unclear pictures of a senior police officer's son who Allegedly knocked and killed a bodaboda rider and his passenger.
According to Citizen TV, the accident is believed to have been caused by a drunk driver on Thursday Evening who was later whisked away from the accident scene plus the two ladies who were in the double Cabin Pick-up that rammed into the bodaboda rider.
Efforts by Citizen TV to get information about the accident has remained futile with no records available from Lang'ata police station, whose jurisdiction the accident occured.
According to the Citizen TV, neither the wreckage of the Pick-up nor a report was available at the Police station with the Kenya Police Service remaining mum over the matter.
The family of the late bodaboda rider had identified him as Stephen Musyoka from Mwingi Kitui county who operated his business within Nairobi while the lady's body is still in the City mortuary.
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