The Kenyan gospel artist Mr Seed, whose true name is Moses Omondi, was involved in a vehicle collision on Saturday night and incurred life-threatening wounds.

According to Mr Seed's wife, Nimo Gachuiri, on Saturday he was travelling to Nanyuki with many of his closest companions in a vehicle. They were on a trip to look at a piece of property there.

Mr Seed accident in Nakuru

She explained what happened in a post on her Instagram stories, writing, "The car they were travelling in got into an unfortunate crash, and we were a little behind them when we saw a lot of people crowding the location of the accident."

Gachuiri continued by saying that she had hurried to the site, where she saw Mr Seed lying lifeless on the ground.

The "Dawa ya Baridi" hitmaker can be seen in a video that was shared on her social media platforms being carried into a medical facility wing.

The musician's wife claims that the disaster was so terrible that it resulted in the deaths of many individuals.

She related her story, saying things like, "I don't know whether to be happy that a few of my buddies escaped or angry that I continue to weep because others lost their loved ones too."

"All I can remember is running, seeing them both on the ground and pleading with him to wake up as I passed by." We were able to get him to the hospital thanks to the assistance of several good Samaritans.

According to Gachuiri, Mr Seed shattered his pelvis, and as a result, he had to take "strict two-week bed rest."

"I find it hard to comprehend that my spouse is still alive." "Never before in my life have I felt so terrified," she added.

When people declare that miracles do happen, you should believe them. The seed is all right, but it hurts. We ask that you pray for us as well as the families of those who did not make it.

In another event, a mob was responsible for the deaths of two police officers that occurred on Saturday evening in the Kanthanje neighbourhood of the Tharaka Nithi district.

According to Deputy County Commissioner Julius Arap Too, the two cops were heading to an MPesa store to arrest the business's proprietor when a quarrel broke out.

It was stated that the MPesa attendant sounded the alarm and said that the cops were robbers, which caused a crowd to pounce on the law enforcement personnel and assault them severely.

It has been reported that an MPesa attendant was also hurt during the event that took place on Saturday evening and is presently receiving medical treatment at Mater Hospital.

Joseph Muchiri, the Area Commander for the OCPD, claimed that investigations are now being conducted, but the perpetrators have not yet been verified.

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