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Jubilee MP involved in grisly road accident [Photos]

The Toyota Prado he was travelling in rolled several times

Jubilee MP involved in grisly road accident [Photos]

Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa escaped death on Saturday after a vehicle he was traelling in was involved in a grisly road accident.

Reports indicate that the accident occurred at Ndengelwa area along Malaba-Bumgoma-Webuye- Eldoret Highway.

The lawmaker’s Toyota Prado reportedly veered off the road and rolled several times.

He escaped with minor injuries during the accident that was reportedly caused by overspeeding.

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A statement from the MP’s press team read in part that "Sad news Kimilili MP Hon. Didmus Barasa involved in a Road accident at Ndengelwa. The good news is no injuries and we are all safe and sound. God is good". 

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