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New twist when it turns out that the driver of the ill-fated Subaru that crashed into a house on Red Hill Road is a son of a powerful Kenyan Kwanza politician: he was drunk.

By Vaseline May30,2024
New twist when it turns out that the driver of the ill-fated Subaru that crashed into a house on Red Hill Road is a son of a powerful Kenyan Kwanza politician: he was drunk.


Thursday May 30, 2024
On Sunday, May 26, a horrific accident occurred on Red Hill Link Road in Nairobi.

Initial reports indicated that a speeding Subaru lost control, hit a guardrail and entered a lot.

The driver is said to have died on the spot, while another passenger was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

But according to new information from a concerned source, there is much more to this story than initially reported.

Early reports from mainstream media suggested the car was traveling at a high rate of speed before flying off the road, breaking a protective barrier and landing on someone’s property.

Witnesses claimed the car had three occupants who appeared to be drunk and returning from a party.

Local news media reported that the driver was killed instantly, while two others were taken to hospital.

One witness said the car broke the protective barrier and hit the steps before rolling onto the property. “I know them, they were drunk.”

This story painted a picture of reckless driving and suggested the driver was at fault. But a source has come forward to reveal new details that change the entire context of the accident.

The actual driver of the Subaru is apparently the son of a popular Machakos politician who is also a prominent businessman and currently a powerful appointed official serving in the Kenya Kwanza government.

It appears that, contrary to initial reports, the car had three occupants. The victim, who died on the spot, was not the driver, but was sitting in the back seat without a seat belt.

The driver and another person now in intensive care were reportedly in the front seats. The family of the deceased is now calling for the truth to be made public.

“Good evening Nyakundi. Please hide my identity. I have something very serious that I want to share. It’s painful when you lose someone, but what’s more painful than hearing lies about the death of someone who can’t come back and explain the truth.

The horrific accident on Red Hill Link Road on Sunday morning, as reported by the media and bloggers, is not true. The driver of the car reportedly died on the spot, while another person was taken to hospital with serious injuries. The truth is that the car had three occupants.

The driver of the ill-fated car is the son of a high-ranking politician from Machakos County. He has caused an accident before but was never involved in the matter in July last year. The person who died on the spot is our relative. He was sitting in the back seat without a seatbelt, while the two in the front were the driver (son of the politician) and the other man who is now in intensive care.

Details about the son have not been mentioned to anyone in the public. I wonder why the investigative agencies can come up with such a lie. While we cannot do anything to bring our relatives back to life, we request that you help us bring out this truth so that our relatives can rest in dignity and peace even after his death. Thank you.”

Via Cyprian Nyakundi.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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