One Dead in Accident Involving National Assembly Deputy Speaker Moses Cheboi

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    National Assembly Deputy National Speaker Moses Cheboi's car being towed away after a grisly road accident on Sunday 27 September 2020 at Kamara, Nakuru County.
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  • A boda boda rider died after colliding head-on with a car belonging to National Assembly Deputy Speaker Moses Cheboi on Sunday, September 27. 

    The accident occurred at Kamara area along the Nakuru-Eldoret Highway with Cheboi's Mercedes Benz suffering severe damage on the driver's side.

    According to reports, Cheboi's car collided head-on with the boda boda rider who was rushed to hospital after the grisly accident, but died.

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    National Assembly Deputy Speaker Moses Cheboi speaking in a past event.
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    Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, Nakuru County Police Commander Stanley Kilonzi revealed that Cheboi only suffered minor bruises after the accident.

    "The accident happened in Kamara between Mau summit and Molo. It involved a car belonging to the Mr Moses Cheboi.

    The motorbike was riding from the opposite direction and hit a pothole then veered off towards Cheboi's car who had little time to avoid the head-on collision," said Kilonzi.

    The boda boda rider was carrying one passenger who was rushed to Molo Hospital where he was admitted after suffering multiple fractures

    Cheboi was driving himself when the accident happened at around 2:40 p.m. on Sunday as he was headed towards Molo.

    The Deputy Speaker called for an ambulance that ferried him to Nairobi for further treatment following the accident.

    The country has recorded an increase in the number of accidents since the lifting of cessation of movement in Nairobi and Mombasa and extension of the curfew. 

    Kabras East MCA Lazaro Luchebelili also collided with a boda boda rider on Friday night, September 25, at around 10 p.m.

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    The aftermath of the accident involving a Western Kenya MCA on Friday night, September 26, 2020
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