William Kamoti has been confirmed dead after his vehicle was involved in a road accident in Mnarani area in Kilifi county on the Mombasa-Malindi highway.
Kamoti died when his vehicle was involved in a road accident in Mnarani area in Kilifi county on the Mombasa-Malindi highway.
His driver sustained injuries and has been rushed to Kilifi County Hospital, authorities says Kilifi county OCPD Jonathan Koech. Kamoti is said to have been returning home after clearance by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) when the accident occurred. The accident occurred at around 9.30 pm.
Kamoti’s car rolled while the driver was trying to overtake a lorry heading towards Mombasa.
An eyewitness told reporters that Kamoti’s car was trying to overtake a lorry but unfortunately the vehicle hit the lorry causing it to roll severally
“I saw the vehicle rolling. When we reached where it landed, we saw two people one of them was thrown out while his legs remained in the car. The driver was in his seat. We rescued them but unfortunately, the MP died before we got assistance to take him to the hospital,” Nyamawi said.
Kamoti is serving his second term. He was on Sunday cleared by the IEBC to vie for the Rabai MP for the third time. He was elected on an ODM ticket in 2017.
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