For the past few days, Kenyans have been waking up to scary scenes and sad news of loved ones having succumbed to some horrible road accident across the country.
A majority of these accidents have been caused by some rogue drivers who were either overspeeding or drunk driving.
Nevertheless, some rogue drivers and conductors have been a major cause of these accidents due to lawlessness.
Sources indicate that matatu from Umoina has been going against the set road rules and guidelines.
In photos shared by some concern kenyans, a group of conductors from the said matatu were spotted doing some tricks that put their lives in serious danger.
Kenyans have called for the relevant authorities to intervene and make sure that the young men caught on camera are completely removed from the roads before things get ugly.
An year ago, two young men lost their lives after they were crashed while dangerously hanging on another city matatu.
Lately the number of shocking road accident has increased to a worrying trend with the NTSA starting a serious crackdown on rogue drivers.
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