‘We are fine, no cause for alarm’ assures CJ Maraga as he’s airlifted to Nairobi
Chief Justice David Maraga has said he and his wife Yucabeth Nyaboke are doing fine after a Saturday morning road accident in Ngata area, Nakuru saw them rushed to hospital.
The morning accident saw CJ Maraga sustain head injuries while his wife was in shock but stable and doctors are monitoring her condition.
President Uhuru Kenyatta directed that the couple be airlifted to Nairobi for comprehensive medical attention.
“We had a minor accident this morning as we were going to church here on Ngata road but we have been attended, we are fine. We are fine, there is no cause for alarm at all, we are just going to Nairobi because everybody wants to be sure that we are fine. So, there is no cause for alarm, it’s just this is a minor laceration which the doctors have managed here very well so we are going to Nairobi,” he told journalists who were camped outside the War Memorial hospital.
His official Twitter account also had a similar message; “My wife and I were involved in an accident in Nakuru this morning on our way to Church. We are undergoing medical observation. My driver and aide who were with us are also okay. We thank God for His mercies. Thank you Kenyans for your prayers and concern.”
The CJ has a bandage on his forehead and has blood on his trousers while his wife who looks is supported by two nurses and is wearing a neck brace and looks to be in pain.
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