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I've seen death with my naked eyes

The AFC Leopards defender has escaped death.

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The Kenyan international was on a motorbike, which was knocked by a vehicle on the busy Thika road just a day before AFC Leopards plays against Western Stima in a Kenyan Premier League match.

The former Mathare United ace is safe and sound at the moment but cannot forget the event. He has even advised guys to avoid motorbikes whenever possible.

“I've seen death with my naked eyes. I thank God I'm alive writing this,only minor injuries. Stay safe avoid motorbikes if possible,” his facebook post read.

The match between Ingwe and Western Stima will start at 4:15pm at Nyayo National Stadium.

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