Rembo Shuttle is a group of buses that ply in many areas on the Kenyan roads as they transport goods and services. Most of them ply between Kitengela and Nairobi route.
These buses have been blamed for causing several accidents as they rush to look for money. One of their buses has today hit and killed a cyclist along Enterprise road near Busia road, Kayamba. Youths have shuttered it's glasses as they plan to burn it. Police have however arrived there immediately to handle the matter before the worse happens.
The conductors and the drivers of these vehicles continues to be blamed for their harshness and a higher fare they demand from passengers as they drive recklessly on the road. This accident comes after three of their vehicles were burned at Athi River near she'll petro station after causing accident.
All are advised to be careful and vigilant while on the road and avoid these accidents trhag are seen to be lethal. Share, like, comment and follow us for more updates.
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