"He’s Going To Kill Us Please Help," Worried Passenger Alerts Kenyans About Their Rogue Driver
By Justincreates | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 11696 views
There was a little bit of drama in one of the Kenyan roads after a woman took to her Facebook account to ask Kenyans for help after an incident which she claimed was going to have them killed.
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Taking to her Facebook account to express her worries and concerns,the woman who has been identified as Nyokabi Nyokabi revealed that they were in a vehicle which had allegedly missed getting into an accident four times due to the drivers recklessness .
In her own caption,she revealed that the driver of the alleged public service vehicle going by the number plate of KCU 675y was driving it recklessly after arguing with one of the passengers.Due to this reason,she took to her Facebook account to expose the alleged driver whom she claimed might have killed them.
Her post sparked a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have been confused on why they couldn’t use their large numbers to stop the man. With a section of Kenyans claiming that maybe she was alone,others went ahead and called upon the director of the criminal investigations to try and look into the matter in order to find out if they arrived safely.
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