‘I am fine,’ Rongo MP Paul Abuor says after road accident


'I am fine,' Rongo MP Paul Abuor says after road accident
The vehicle in which Rongo MP Paul Abuor was travelling after a road accident on June 23, 2019. PHOTO | COURTESY

In Summary

  • A vehicle the legislator was travelling in together with four other people – including his bodyguard and driver - rolled several times at Segona area on the Kiambu-Nairobi highway.
  • The accident occurred as the MP was on his way to Nairobi from Rongo where he presided over several functions during the weekend.

Rongo Member of Parliament Paul Abuor has said he is out of danger after he was involved in a road accident on Sunday evening.

A vehicle the legislator was travelling in together with four other people – including his bodyguard and driver – rolled several times at Segona area on the Kiambu-Nairobi highway.

The accident occurred as the MP was on his way to Nairobi from Rongo where he presided over several functions during the weekend.

Speaking to Citizen Digital after the crash, Mr. Abuor said all the vehicle occupants underwent medical check-up at a Nairobi hospital and were confirmed to be out of danger.

“Nobody was injured in the crash, I therefore want to tell all Rongo residents as well as friends and family that I am fine and there is no cause for alarm,” said the MP.

He, however, added that the vehicle was severely damaged and has since been written off.

Rongo MP Paul Abuor after his vehicle was involved in a road accident on June 23, 2019. PHOTO | COURTESY
Rongo MP Paul Abuor after his vehicle was involved in a road accident on June 23, 2019. PHOTO | COURTESY

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