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JR Githere, the owner of Tamasha Restaurant located in Hurlingham, Nairobi, died on Saturday night, October 9 after being involved in a grisly road accident.
JR Githere, the proprietor of Tamasha Restaurant situated in Hurlingham, Nairobi, kicked the bucket on Saturday night, October 9 subsequent to being associated with a shocking street mishap.
The news was on Sunday, October 10 generally shared via web-based media and reported by previous Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
Sonko in his post uncovered that Githere’s vehicle, a Range Rover Sport, had slammed into the underside of a truck, killing him on the spot.
A photograph seen by Bounce Nation Kenya showed the impacts of the mishap, with the vehicle diminished to a ravaged wreck and its back excess flawless.
“JR Githere mwenye shamba ya Tamasha Hurlingham aliingia chini ya Lorry. Na hii ni evidensi yakuwa ametuacha. Post sana kwa Familia. Mungu awape nguvu. (JR Githere, who claims Tamasha Restaurant in Hurlingham, had slammed into the underside of the truck. This is the proof of him leaving us, my sympathies to the family, may God invigorate them),” he grieved.
Kameme FM moderator Muthee Kiengei grieved the deficiency of Githere as a companion. The pair had alluded to one another as Senior.
“I have lost a Friend, Jr Githere from Naivasha and furthermore the proprietor of Tamasha Hurlingham Has Gone to be with the Lord after a Tragic accident….. Rest Well Senior as we used to call one another,” he composed.
Head Secretary of State Department for ICT and Innovation Jerome Ochieng named Githere’s misfortune as awful while commending him as a liberal man who was brimming with humor.
“JR was, liberal and in every case brimming with humor. An excellent companion to be sure, I will miss you on the strolling tracks in Parklands,” he tweeted.
Insights by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) as of September 20, 2021, showed a 25% increment in street fatalities. Between January 2021 and September 20, 2021, 3,212 individuals had been killed in mishaps when contrasted with 2,560 who kicked the bucket comparative period last year, an increment of 652 individuals.
Of the people who have kicked the bucket this year, 1,111 are walkers, 311 drivers, 520 travelers, 318 pillion travelers, 61 pedal cyclists, and 891 motorcyclists.
Wild driving, perilous overwhelming, inebriated driving, tipsy strolling, plastered riding, inability to utilize protective caps among different issues have been credited to the expansion in crashes. – bouncenationkenya.com