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Gibson Murage: Kenyan Businessman Involved in Car Accident in China

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Gibson Murage has revealed he was involved in a road accident in China while on a business trip. Photo: Gibson Murage.

Kenyan businessman Gibson Murage has survived a scary road accident in China.

The businessman owns the popular Modern Pacific Furniture located in Nyeri and Nairobi.

He had travelled to an Asian country for a business trip.

Murage took to social media to inform his fans and followers of the accident and assured them of his safety.

He shared photos of a vehicle with a damaged fender and broken window.

“Ata china gari hugongan.I have been involved in a slight accident but am safe and sound,”

“Dear Lord, Your son is happy and grateful. I feel gleeful for the love and care that the Chinese have shown me. May God bless them for that,”

“Am also thankful to Mercedes Benz for their quick response and care. They have made sure that my business here in China will not stop. I love their services. They are quick fast. Tayari washatupatia gari ingine mpya ndiyo tusisimamishe shughuli zetu. Am glad,” Murage said.

Friends and followers shared messages of hope with many praising God for his safety.

We are happy that you are happy. – Wairimu Kimani said.

May God protect you always and continue winning you are an inspiration to many of us. – Mary Ann shared.

Glory to God. More of God’s safety our brother – Suzanne Kimani posted.

Be safe. We thank God for his protection – Lydia wa Trucks said.

For Gibson Murage, the proprietor of Modern Furniture Pacific in Nyeri and Nairobi, dropping out of school was a blessing in disguise.

He recalls that he was raised in abject poverty with his mother working as a cook earning a paltry KSh 2500 monthly while the father was a manual labourer in a quarry.

However, Murage unchained himself from squalor by learning the craft of carpentry and building his business acumen.