Raphael Tuju has been airlifted to Nairobi following the accident that left him with injuries on Wednesday morning.
According to Dr. Ken Muma, the CEO Kijabe Mission Hospital, Tuju underwent an operation that stabilised him for the flight.
He confirmed that the hospital received 18 patients adding that: “Most of them sustained minor injuries.”
The matatu driver is said to have got into the lane where Tuju’s car was coming from and there was a head-on collision.
Tuju was reportedly seated on the back left of his Toyota Land Cruiser while his driver rode shotgun.
The police report also indicated that Tuju sustained chest and abdominal injuries while his driver suffered a fractured hand.
Tuju’s bodyguard suffered a fractured foot.