Roads are used by many individuals all around the nation. They are mostly motorists, boda boda riders, and walkers. Unfortunately, many families who lost loved ones in accidents are still in mourning. The government has also exhorted all Kenyans to drive extremely cautiously on all of the country's roadways.
The source claims that additional information has come to light regarding the number of victims of the horrible disaster that occurred in Keroka, Kisii County. A lorry transporting cooking oil lost control and collided with a motorbike, killing two persons, including a boda boda rider.
According to Fred Ogada, who is also the head of the traffic police in the area. Additionally, as the boda boda rider was being taken to the hospital, he was declared dead. All drivers using the route have been urged to exercise extreme caution. The deceased have been taken to the morgue.
This accident report was just received, but similar ones have been documented around the nation since this year. May the deceased's spirits rest in peace for evermore. Losing healthy persons as a result of these accidents is extremely traumatic
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