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Presidential Escort Unit Police Involved in an Accident

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As the officers of the Presidential Escort Unit were recovering from injuries sustained in a road accident, the Deputy President, Rigathi Gachagua, paid a visit to them at a hospital in Nairobi.

The DP said on Tuesday, September 20 that the cops had made substantial progress in their recuperation.

After completing a battery of examinations, Gachagua was confident that the policemen could return to duty in a matter of days.

However, he did not reveal how many PEU officers were hurt, where the mishap took place, or what caused it.

“Took time to visit officers of the presidential escort admitted in hospital after a road accident.

“I’m happy they have made substantial progress and the doctors assured me of their discharge in the next few days. We celebrate our police officers for their patriotism and commitment,” he stated. 

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