How cruel can life be? 19 people died in freak accident in Webuye on Monday night December 11th. George Fortune Oguso lost nine members of his family in the accident.
The grisly accident happened when a matatu crashed on a stationary tractor at Kamukuywa bridge along the Webuye-Kitale road.
The ill-fated matatu was carrying members of the same family. The family members were returning from a reunion at their sister’s home in Matunda, Kitale in Trans Nzoia County.
George Fortune Oguso lost his wife, daughter, son, brother, sister, niece and two nephews in the accident. George was traveling in another car together with his brother Wycliffe Kegode at the time of the accident.
George and his brother Wycliffe tried to calling their family in the matatu to warn them about the danger after they drove past the stationary tractor but he could not reach them.
I will miss my sweetheart, my darling, my dear wife
George Fortune Oguso opened up about the pain he was feeling on social media. He wrote a touching tribute to all the people he lost in the Webuye crash.
“I will miss my sweetheart,my Darling,my dear wife Ednah Nyaboke,my ever smiling daughter,IVY MWENESI my neat,slow but sure son,DERRICK OGUSO,my able and strong brother Godfrey Ilhalwa,my ever jovial sister Joyce Oguso,my caring in-law,Abigael,my sharp and intelligent niece Caroline Vihenda,my two loving nephews JOSEH and ETHAN,God had a purpose for this and I will dearly Miss you!! Rest In Peace,” wrote George Fortune Oguso.
George also reveals that his other son and nephew survived the accident. He says the two are recuperating at Bungoma Referral Hospital.
“Quick recovery to my son Dwayne Oyando and my nephew Godly Okenye, recuperating at Bungoma Referral Hosp.The Almighty had a reason to give you a second chance,” wrote George Fortune Oguso.
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