Two injured as accident hits Kagame convoy
21 January 2014, 11:52
Nairobi - Two people were injured when a vehicle part of Rwanda President Paul Kagame's convoy was involved in a road accident near Limuru.
The vehicle, which was registered to the Rwandese Nairobi consulate, lost control and veered off the road before hitting a tree at approximately 8.20 AM Tuesday morning along the busy Limuru- Nairobi highway.
Kagame was heading to Nairobi from Naivasha where he was a key note speaker in the Governors Summit at the Great Lake Naivasha Lodge on Monday.
Kagame's vehicle was not involved in the altercation and did not stop after the accident occurred. The injured were taken to the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi.
" President Kagame is fine and is already at State House for a meet with President Kenyatta, A Rwandese embassy official who did not want to be named confirmed.
" Yes there was an incident where the vehicle carrying the president and his entourage's luggage was involved in an accident. The injured are not critical and are in hospital.
Kagame's convoy had over 20 vehicles according to police and was under tight security all the way to Nairobi after the incident.
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