Police say no witnesses yet in case of man allegedly thrown out of moving Lopha Sacco bus
- His brother, Daniel Waweru, revealed that the deceased had an altercation with his driver on Saturday, March 11 night over money.
- "The commotion extended to Sunday morning which nobody knows how it ended," Waweru was quoted as saying.
Police in Ruiru say there are no witnesses yet in the case of Nahashon Ng'ang'a Mwangi, man who was allegedly thrown out of a moving bus.
Emerging reports indicate that Mwangi was a conductor working under Lopha Sacco which plies the Ruiru-Nairobi route.
His brother, Daniel Waweru, revealed that the deceased had an altercation with his driver on Saturday, March 11 night over money.
"The commotion extended to Sunday morning which nobody knows how it ended," Waweru was quoted as saying.
The deceased was reportedly rescued by a good samaritan who rushed him to Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral and Research Hospital.
Mwangi was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit where he died on Wednesday.
Waweru who sought progress on investigations at Ruiru police station said the family is in confusion.
"We do not have evidence to clarify whether he was pushed or whether he was kicked out or whether he jumped on his own or knocked down by a vehicle," he explained.
Alex Shikondi, Ruiru Police Commander, said investigations into the bizarre incident had kicked off.
"We do not yet have eyewitnesses in the accident but we have opened a file. We urge members of the public who might have seen the accident to come and record statements," Shikondi added.
The Sacco in question issued a statement over the weekend following social media reactions to the incident.
"We would like to notify the public that the police are investigating the incident and we will issue a full statement once the investigations are done," part of their Sunday, March 12 statement read.
A postmortem is scheduled to take place on Friday at KU Hospital to ascertain Mwangi's cause of death.
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