Renowned Kenyan television actress Nana Gichuru died in a horrific motor accident Tuesday, September 12 in the country’s capital, Nairobi.
The death of the actress, whose BMW collided with a truck while trying to overtake a couple of vehicles on Nairobi’s Eastern bypass, has thrown the country into a state of mourning.
While many are mourning their beloved actress, others are stunned by revelations that she actually predicted her own death a day before.
Nana Gichuru, who was part of the cast of Maisha Magic’s “How To Find A Husband”, shared what has been described as premonition about her death on social media handles, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
She said: “Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well-preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting ‘HOLY CRAP!!!! WHAT A RIIIDEE….!!’
To lace, red lips and oversized headphones and this amazing ride!
#LifeAccessories #SetLife #HOLYCRAPWHATARIDE!!!”
The accident, which many suspect was a case of speeding, left her car, with registration number KBQ 486J, badly mangled.
Nana Gichuru was a well-known Kenyan actor, writer, musician, voice artist, young film maker and entrepreneur.
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