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Sunday February 16, 2020 - CS Amina Mohammed contacted President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, February 12th and informed him that Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju had been involved in a grisly road accident.

Tuju was on his way to the late former President Daniel arap Moi's burial when the accident took place.

According to reports, Amina arrived at the scene of the accident minutes after it occurred and contacted the President, who ordered that Tuju be airlifted to Nairobi.
Sources say that a chopper that was meant to take off from Wilson Airport to Kabarak was delayed by around 10 minutes after Inspector General of Police, Hilary Mutyambai, received a call from the President.

Mutyambai is said to have asked the pilot to wait for a few minutes as he spoke to the President on the phone.

Afterwards, he ordered Police Airwing boss, Rogers Mbithi, to make sure Tuju was taken to Nairobi from Kijabe Hospital.

Tuju has been recuperating at the Karen Hospital since the evening of Wednesday, February 12th.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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  1. Why is Miguna Miguna suing the two airlines in Kenya? The crime was not committed in Kenya, so I do not see why Kenyans courts should entertain his drama. If he wants to sue the airlines, he should sue them in Germany where he was refused to board or in Canada where he lives. Then he asks that they are refused to land in Kenya. So Kenyan travellers will be inconvenienced just because of one rowdy customer ? He should be made to pay 1 million court charges and case dismissed with costs.

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