Ex Harambee Stars Striker Escapes Grisly Road Accident 

A photo of the accident scene where former Harambee Stars striker Bonface Ambani was involved in.
Bonface Ambani

Former Harambee Stars striker Boniface Ambani was on Thursday, May 5, involved in a grisly road accident along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.

In a a social media post, the soccer legend stated that he was lucky to be alive after the horrific crash.

Photos and videos seen by TeamKenya.co.ke shows several cars and truck damaged

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“In God we trust. Always good to pray before you travel. I am out safely. A speeding Wells Fargo Lorry, the cause of the accident. My journey to Nakuru ends here at Kijabe. Shaken but strong,” he noted.

The former AFC Leopard was traveling to Nakuru for a career talk with students at the Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology (RVIST).

“Sports/Career Talk with RVIST Students. Invitation humbly accepted. Making a come back to a college I left more than 20+ years ago.

“What an honor to be invited by the current Principal. Tomorrow will be a guest at the school. Journey mercies. RVIST here I come,” Ambani previously noted.

Ambani in the past noted that he is the holder of the most goals in the FKF Premier League in a single season with 26 goals during his time at Tusker FC in 2006.

The 39-year-old was forced to retire in 2010 after suffering an injury to the Achilles tendon while playing for the Tanzanian club Young Africans (YANGA).

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