According to images from the collision shared by Sikika Road Safety,There is a crash involving Lolo matatu which was from Nairobi heading to Mwingi.The matatu tried to overtake but it veered off the road and hit the small car and three people died on the spot.This comes days after Cs Murkomen ordered the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) to put safety measures in place to prevent accidents, particularly during this holiday season, in a statement dated Tuesday, December 13.He gave KeNHA the go-ahead to put up signs warning drivers to maintain lane discipline and obey the 50 kph speed limit on the Nakuru-Salgaa Road.Additionally, law enforcement personnel were stationed on all national routes to improve adherence to traffic regulations.Netizens reacts:
𝑴𝒂𝒓𝒚: 😢😢it's that time of the year .God,cover our roads with your precious blood..we refuse premature deaths which may arise from road accidents.
𝑨𝒏𝒏: To be honest these vehicles are recklessly driven...They need to be disciplined...
𝑻𝒐𝒎: Waah only God can rescue us ,,let's pray for each other as we end the year
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