Gospel Musician Mr Seed Narrowly Escapes Death [PHOTOS]

  • Gospel Musician Mr Seed's car involved in an accident at the Globe roundabout on Saturday, May 23.
    Gospel Musician Mr Seed's car involved in an accident at the Globe roundabout on Saturday, May 23.
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  • Popular Gospel musician Mr. Seed was on Friday evening, May 23, involved in an accident at the Globe roundabout in Ngara.

    The musician took to his social media pages to share the news of the accident that took place at around 7 pm.

    "I want to thank God for allowing us to see a new day. I can’t really explain what happened yesterday around 7 pm at globe roundabout, I thank God we are safe," he wrote on his Instagram page.

    Gospel musician Mr Seed's vehicle involved in an accident at the globe roundabout on Friday, May 22.
    Gospel musician Mr Seed's vehicle involved in an accident at the globe roundabout on Friday, May 22.
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    He added that he and his friends were all safe and escaped the scene with minor injuries.

    Photos seen by Kenyans.co.ke showed the vehicle, a Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, overturned in the middle of the road at the roundabout.

    The musician further asked his fans to keep him in their prayers.

    On the same night, former Kenya 7's (Shujaas) player Allan Makaka Shisiali, was involved in a grisly road accident along Mombasa Nairobi. His vehicle is said to have rammed into a lorry from the driver's side.

    Gospel musician Mr Seed's vehicle involved in an accident at the globe roundabout on Friday, May 22.
    Gospel musician Mr Seed's vehicle involved in an accident at the globe roundabout on Friday, May 22.
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    Makaka's body was taken to Montezuma Funeral Home in Nairobi.

    According to the National Transport and Safety Authority on April 23, 2020, 954 people have perished on Kenyan roads since January, an increase of 0.1 per cent from 2019, where 953 people died.

    Of the 954 casualties, 367 were pedestrians followed by motorcyclists at 238 deaths and 156 passengers.

    The Authority noted that reckless driving remains the most common cause of accidents.

    NTSA further established that four out of every five crashes in the country could be attributed to human error and brake failure.

    This included breaching speed limits and freewheeling in an attempt to save on fuel.