Several rivers used as roads across the country are very delicate during this rainy season as they expose the users to uncertainties.
A few weeks ago, more than thirty people lost their lives in River Enziu after the bus they were travelling in was swept down stream leading to the tragic accident.
According to reliable Tuko News podcast, several clerical leaders and grassroot leaders from Mwingi East gathered at River Enziu where they conducted serious prayers to cast away any possible dark powers.
The reports indicate that the religious leaders and the grassroot leaders also called out to both the Kitui County government as well as the national government to at least build a simple bridge to avoid another tragic incident.
As the families and friends of those who perished in River Enziu continue with their mourning and sending off, Kenyans have been urged to be extra careful on their journeys during the festive season.
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