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S.K Macharia’s Son Dies through a tragic road accident (Photos)

Royal media proprietor, S.K Macharia has lost his son (John Macharia) through a  tragic road accident. John Macharia was over speeding along the Southern Bypass when their Porsche Cayenne car lost control and rolled several times.

John was accompanied with his girlfriend when the accident happened. Information from trusted sources reveal that the girlfriend survived while the Royal Media Service Chair’s son died at a Nairobi hospital.

John is known to be a careless drive but it seems that he didn’t escape death this time round. Last year his car hit a Prado and this is how it was damaged.

How John’s car was damaged last year after hitting a Prado

Rest in Peace John Macharia.


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