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One dead in accident involving National Assembly Deputy Speaker Cheboi

NAIROBI, Kenya Sept 28- National Assembly Deputy Speaker Moses Cheboi was on Sunday evening involved in a road crash that left a bodaboda rider dead.

Police said the accident occured on the Mau Summit-Molo road.

The bodaboda rider died on the spot while a pillion sustained serious injuries.

According to Nakuru Police Commander Titus Kizito, the deputy speaker’s vehicle collided with the motorbike while trying to avoid a pothole.

“He sustained bruises due to the impact of the accident,” the police chief said. He was rushed to a hospital in Nakuru. Cheboi is the Kuresoi North Member of Parliament.

The pillion was rushed to hospital while the body of the deceased was moved to the Molo Sub-County Funeral home.

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