Former senator of Machakos county Johnson Muthama has shared an important message to Kitui county government and the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta concerning River Enziu Bridge Tragedy that killed thirty three Kenyans after their bus capsized due to heavy floods in Mwingi, Kitui county.
According to Muthama's statement on his post that has shared Online, he has said that River Enziu, bridge tragedy should be a good lesson to those leaders who are in the elective post because they should know how do do good things to the people.
He has further call upon the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta, to issue a directive way for the road to be closed immediately and also mobilize KDF to do a bridge cross across that deadly river within two weeks.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning Muthama's statement whereby some section of netizens have supported his ideas and have urged the government to respond immediately about that matter. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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