A motor cycle operator kicks off a journey with his client. Photo, file.
Trying to show expertise in a life and death situation is not advisable. In Meru, the body of a 22 year old man who slided into Kathita river has been found. According to residents quoted by the Star newspaper, residents retrieved the body of a 22-year-old from the River.
The area member of Parliament Hon Rahim Dawood who mobilised the county Emergency response team and the men around said he was happy the body was found at last. He however warned that people should not endanger their own lives.
A bridge at the Kathita river in Meru where a bodaboda operator fell from while trying to cross while riding. Photo, the star.
The deceased was only identified as Jesse.
How the star Newspaper reported. Jesse, drowned after trying to cross the river on a motorbike.
Eyewitnesses who were present said he completely ignored their pleas not to cross the swelled river.
North Imenti MP Rahim Dawood visited the scene and mobilised the youth to search for the body.
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