President Uhuru Kenyatta will foot the bills of accident victims who were injured after a police vehicle clearing traffic for his motorcade collided which has a 14-seater matatu in Kisii County on Monday.
Kisii Senator governorship candidate Chris Obure, who delivered the President’s goodwill message to the families of the injured, said the Presidency could take up the cost of their medical treatment.
“The president has promised to clear the hospital bills of the victims in addition to he wishes the victims quick recovery,” said senator Obure.
Mr Obure was speaking at Christamarian Hospital in Kisii County where he was accompanied by Charles Nyachae who is actually eyeing the Kisii senatorial seat on a Jubilee ticket.
The police vehicle was leading the president’s convoy back to Suneka airstrip when the idea collided head-on with the Matatu in which, according to the police, was taking a U-turn inside the middle of the road.
The President in addition to his deputy William Ruto were forced to make a stop at the scene until all the victims had been rushed to the hospital.
They were heading to another rally in Bomet when the accident occurred at Gesonso outside Mount Kenya University campus in Kisii town.
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Uhuru to foot bills for people injured by his motorcade