An Endeared Kenyan musician, producer and music composer was involved in a freak accident on Friday night, January 24.
Magix Enga, famed for gengetone hits such as Banana and Twa Twa took to social media to announce that he was also robbed in the accident in Nairobi.
Through an Instagram post, the hitmaker further alleged that he was rescued by a police officer from Jogoo House (National Police Service headquarters).
This happened jana usiku nikitoka job (This incident occurred yesterday night-January 24 on my way from work). Thanks to this cop from Jogoo House alifika on time (the police officer arrived on time). Although the guys who did this managed to take whatever was in the car.
"Thank God I’m alive to see another day and make more hits," the producer stated.
He went on to urge his fans to pray for him.
"Pray for me. I have chest pains and headache," he informed.
The musician's car was rammed from behind forcing it to veer off into a guardrail. Its rear was ripped apart while its bonnet cramped up. The car's headlights and taillights also broke.
Efforts to reach out to the producer were in vain.
Elsewhere, two people died on Saturday morning, January 25, after a Nairobi-bound bus was involved in a road accident at Ngokomi area, near Sultan Hamud Town on the Mombasa-Nairobi Highway.
Makueni County Police Commander Joseph ole Naipeiyan stated that the driver lost control and veered off the road
"The vehicle veered off the road before falling on one side, killing a 25-year-old man and a one-year-old baby," Naipeiyan stated in a statement seen by Kenyans.co.ke.
He added that four others had incurred serious injuries while 14 more escaped with minor bruises and were being attended to at Kilome Hospital.
The two bodies were taken to Kilome mortuary.
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