Yesterday, Kenyans woke up to sad news that an Ex-Mp driver has succumbed to his injuries after a deadly road accident.
According to sources, the speeding vehicle rammed headon with an oncoming tractor Killing his driver on the spot.
Speaking to the media, Mutambu noted that his driver did not immediately identify the oncoming tractor which was in the middle of the road.
Trying to avert a head-on collision, Mutambu's driver attempted to swerve to no avail. The crash led to his driver succumbing to injuries. Mutambu and three other passengers, however, were fortunate to escape the tragedy but sustained injuries.
Unfortunately the tractor did not have any lights or reflectors to alert drivers along the highways.
The parliamentarian has just left from the horrible accident scene where 33 lives had been lost.
According to the area governor Charity Ngilu she had communicated with the transport CS who promised to finish the said bridge constitution.
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