After Saint Joseph Seminary Mwingi bus drowned in River Enziu few days ago and left a large number of people dead and few injured, the bus has finally been retrieved. The government reacted by sending their divers and experts to help get the bus out of the water.
Kenyans have reacted differently on how the retrieving process was conducted. An excavator operator was conducting the process of getting the bus out of the water. Many are not happy on how he did this process.
Kenyans have discovered that the bus was in good condition when the operator got it out of water. It would have been taken to mechanic for repair and it would have be in good condition once more. However, when it was on the shore it is as if he decided to destroy it completely. Some Kenyans have said that he was right as no one could have boarded such a bus that has killed many anymore.
Below are reactions of some Kenyans.
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