It is alleged that Magero was driving while intoxicated when his car lost control and hit Victor Inyanje’s car. Magero was also charged with reckless driving and causing injuries to five other people along the Waiyaki highway on April 3 where he also hit a matatu.
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Magero’s lawyer told the chief magistrate Judith Wanjala that Magero was admitted at the Nairobi Hospital following the accident and a reasonable bail should be granted.
The chief magistrate ordered Magero to deposit sh200,000 bail and a contact person to be examined by the trial court when the case is heard on August 5.