As road accidents continue claiming more life's, Muthama Karua, a Machakos University lecturer is a recent person to be reported dead after a grisly road accident involving his car in Naivasha. The car was involved into an head-to-head collision with a PSV Vehicle hence turning both into wrecked.
Muthama was a Maths and a Engineering lecturer at the University of Machakos and also acted as the Kenya University Staff Union (KUSU) Secretary General.
His death has just come weeks after leading the Machakos University Staff in protesting against the University's failure to promote the staff Member's despite the increased living costs, huge experience that they have, acquiring academic and professional papers etc. May his soul rest in peace.
Driver's are encouraged to be more cautious and vigilant while on the road or else many people will continue dying on the road. Also, traveller's should learn to speak up or report those rogue driver's risking the life's of people on the road.
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