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Nairobi while the car bearing a Ugandan registration number and had eight people, was heading to Eldoret from Nakuru Town.

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Ms Mary Omari, area traffic enforcement officer, said the saloon car was overtaking a motorcycle when it collided with the bus.

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“The accident occurred at around 3am. Five people in the car died on the spot. They were young men aged between 17 and 19,” she said.

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Ms Omari added that the three other people sustained minor injuries and were taken to Rift Valley Hospital.

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According to the officer, the driver of the saloon car was speeding and the vehicle was overloaded.

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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) started an investigation into selling practices at Combined following allegations from whistleblowers.

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As insuranceNEWS.com.au reported in a Breaking News bulletin on Thursday, ASIC has now accepted an enforceable undertaking from the insurer, which requires the appointment of an independent expert to review Combined’s compliance systems.

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Ace admitted a “limited number” of authorised representatives (ARs) engaged in overselling policies, twisting or churning policies, and selling unsuitable policies.

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It also accepted it failed to foster and maintain a culture of compliance within Combined.

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