Drowned KRA employees’ bodies recovered

The bodies of two Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) officials have been recovered after their vehicle was swept away by raging floods at Ramisi Bridge in Kwale.

The two officers, Joram Maina, the Lungalunga Border Management Committee Chairperson, and David Ng’ang’a, were traveling to Mombasa from Lunga Lunga on November 17 when the tragedy struck.

A multi-agency search and rescue operation was immediately launched to locate the missing officers. After days of intense efforts, their bodies were finally recovered.

The tragic incident highlights the dangers posed by heavy rains and floods, particularly in areas with inadequate infrastructure. It serves as a stark reminder of the importance of taking precautionary measures during such weather conditions.

The loss of these two dedicated public servants is deeply felt by their colleagues, loved ones, and the wider Kenyan community. Their memory will live on in the hearts of those who knew and worked with them.

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