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Parents Of PP2 Daughter Killed In Accident Demand Justice

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Parents Of PP2 Daughter Killed In Accident Demand Justice

Parents Of PP2 Daughter Killed In Accident Demand Justice.
Following their daughter’s controversial death in an accident along Mombasa Road, a family in Athi River, Machakos County, is pleading for justice.
The family claims that police officers attempted to conceal the truth about Amani Makau’s death, a PP2 pupil.
According to eyewitnesses, the seven-year-old girl died after being run over by a lorry on Wednesday evening in the Lukenya area near Simba Cement Company in Athi River in Machakos County.
Amani was reportedly killed on the spot by a lorry, registration number KCY 204D. The salon car that weighbridge officials used to chase it was a KDG 075K.
Dominic Makau, 31, the deceased’s father, said he learned of his daughter’s death from witnesses who knew his family members.
“I had sent my family somewhere and the girl was in company of her mother Virginia Kamanthe when the incident occurred,” Makau told the Star on the phone on Friday.
“On their way back after they had crossed the busy highway and as they were headed to board a boda boda to take them home, my wife mysteriously escaped while our daughter was killed by the lorry,” he added.
Virginia escaped death with minor injuries and was taken to Shalom Community Hospital, where she was treated and later discharged.
Amani was their only child, according to Kamanthe, 26.
“I left the scene of accident after I was called by doctors at Shalom Community Hospital but found that my daughter had already died,” Makau said.
At 5.30 p.m., officers from Mlolongo Weighbridge were pursuing the lorry’s driver.
“The weighbridge officers caused the accident. They threw spikes on the road and the lorry rolled, leading to the child’s death. The child died on the spot,” an officer told the Star.
The lorry, which was transporting cement bags, was suspected of being overloaded.
Parents Of PP2 Daughter Killed In Accident Demand Justice

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