Two Diaspora Kenyans perish in a tragic road accident in Delaware

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Two Diaspora Kenyans perish in a tragic road accident in Delaware
Two Diaspora Kenyans perish in a tragic road accident in DelawareKenyans in Diaspora are in mourning again after tragedy struck in Delaware Early Saturday morning on September 19th 2020 when two Kenyan lives were lost and one is in hospital after a tragic road accident.

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According to Delaware State Police, the two dead Kenyans were identified as  James Ogachi, 25, of Cary, North Carolina and Kelvin Mwangi, 26, of New Castle Delaware.

The crash occurred at approximately 2:07 a.m., when a Hyundai sedan traveling east and operated by Ogachi crossed into the west lane and struck a Chevy SUV operated by Rodriguez, police said.

Rodriguez was pronounced dead at the scene, while Ogachi and Mwangi, who was in the front seat, were taken to Christiana Hospital and pronounced dead.

The death of James Ogachi and Kelvin Mwangi comes barely a week after another tragic death of  Enock Bor of Bloomington-Normal City, Illinois who also died due to a tragic road accident on September 13th 2020.
A funeral organizing committee for Kelvin Mwangi has been set up in Delaware and will be communicating the official death announcement and burial plans. Check this page for more details later.

By Diaspora Messenger Reporter 

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Two Diaspora Kenyans perish in a tragic road accident in Delaware

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