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Aden Duale’s brother Dubow Bare dies in a grisly accident

The elder brother to Garissa Township Member of Parliament Aden Duale has died following a grisly morning accident.

The retired army man turned businessman is reported to have had his Toyota Harrier crash along the Mwingi-Garissa highway.

Pictures circulating online reveal the remains of the vehicle which looks pretty damaged as Kenyans sent messages of condolences to the MP.

In August, the MP lost her mother Hawa Kosar Shurie who was described as a devoted, religious and respected mother by Deputy President William Ruto.

“Our heartfelt condolences to Garissa Township MP Aden Duale for the loss of your dear mother Hawa Kosar Shurie. Mama Shurie was a devoutly religious, respected and responsible woman who raised upright, hardworking and diligent children despite prevailing tough conditions.

We will remember her as a counselor and peace advocate who uplifted the less fortunate in the society. Ina Lilahi wa Inna Ileyhi Rajiun. May Allah grant her Janatul firdows. May He also give sabr and iimaan to the bereaved family and friends at this difficult time.” Said DP William Ruto.

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