There are several bus companies that operate throughout the country. In addition, some of the businesses have followed government rules and regulations. Unfortunately, some of the companies' buses have been involved in accidents, killing innocent people. In addition, the government has made significant efforts to reduce accidents throughout the country.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about another accident that was reported this morning. According to the latest updates circulating on social media, it has been revealed that a Kenya bus has overturned in Kericho-Kipkelion. Further, it has been reported that there were several passengers in the bus before the accident. The number of casualties has not been reported yet. It is suspected that the driver lost control before the bus overturned.
This just came in after similar cases of accidents have been reported in different parts of the country. All Kenyans, especially drivers, are being encouraged to be very careful to reduce the number of accidents in the country.
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