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Popular gospel singer involved in a road accident

Famous gospel singer Moses Omondi, popularly known as Mr. Seed, was involved in an accident on Friday evening at the Globe roundabout in Ngara, Nairobi.

The ‘Papa God Ooh’ hitmaker shared the news of the accident that took place at 7 PM on his  Instagram account, which shocked his fans.

Mr. Seed said that he was grateful to God for letting them see a new day, adding that he couldn’t explain what transpired, but all he knows is that they are all safe.

The artist noted that he was on board with a few of his friends at the time of the accident, and they all escaped the scene with minor injuries.

A photo of the scene shared by the artist on Instagram showed his car, a Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, overturned in the middle of the road at the Globe roundabout.

The gospel music star however, called on his fans to pray for him and his friends.

Mr. seed recalled that the car he was driving in together with his friends was hit from the side in a rush to beat the curfew hours.

He said that one of them had sustained a nose injury where his nose was broken.

Mr. Seed and his team were rushed to the hospital and were later in the night discharged.

The gospel singer was also in the company of secular artist Timmy Tdat at the time of the accident.

Fans, friends and fellow celebrities thronged the comment section to wish the team a quick recovery and thank God for saving them.

It is also the same night that former Kenyan Rugby player Allan Makaka Shisiali was involved in a bad accident along Mombasa road and passed on.

Shisiali’s car reportedly rammed into a lorry from the driver’s side.

The former player died on the spot, and his body was taken to Montezuma Funeral Home in Nairobi.



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