Former Tuko News video journalist Lynne Ngugi on Sunday, October 17 survived a grisly road accident as she was headed to the Kenya/Tanzania border for a shoot.
In a statement shared on her official Facebook account, Ngugi narrated that the accident happened on Sunday morning but no one was injured.
She said that at the time of the accident the vehicle had two people inside; a driver only identified as Dan and her.
“Yes, I was involved in an accident today early morning on our way to Kenya/Tanzania border for a shoot. I was sitting on the front left and the wheel on my side literally broke its bolt joints forcing the wheel to come off while still on the move. All I saw were sparks and smoke,” Ngugi narrated.
She went ahead to tell her followers that the car was serviced on Saturday, October 16 and the accident seems was just prone to happen.
Ngugi said that she was shocked by how the driver managed to control the vehicle while he was still calm and had noticed that one tire had already come out.
“At the very moment, I was reminded that God is still on the throne and to never doubt His love for us,” she said, adding that it was important to give thanks to everything that one goes through.
She also said that it was always advisable to keep praying for peace and calmness no matter the situation one finds themselves in.
“Always pray for God’s peace and calmness in every situation you are in. I have never doubted that I am protected and guarded and loved by him,” she said, adding that God’s grace is always sufficient.
The celebrated video journalist recently resigned from Tuko News where she was a video journalist for years.