The behaviour of Kenyans trying to escape with goods when an accident occurs should be shunned off. We have witnessed so many incidents where Kenyans face premature death due to their greed for easy things. Many people have died while trying to fetch petrol from a fallen transit good but it looks like people have not learnt their lessons. [Photo Courtesy]
One incidence has occured in Naivasha whereby a trailer transporting beverages toppled and fell by the road side. The video that was posted by Sikika Road Safety on their YouTube channel shows residents hurrying up to take the crates which are believed to be of beer. It is in broad daylight and they don't fear anybody or anything that might occur after they robbed the fallen lorry.
The behaviour of those people can be categorized as robbery. They are stealing valuable things that maybe someone had invested her money in within a single moment. We expected that for now Kenyans should have learnt their lessons and they would have offered assistance to the driver of the lorry instead of starting to steal from him. However, we believe that in the near future kenyans will rectify their behaviors and become responsible when such accidents occurs in in their presence.
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