Kenyans has tried so hard to crack the lasting relationship between a common denominator, rain and electricity and rain and water.
For a long time the puzzles have remained unsolved but notably answers between traffic, rain has somehow come to the light.
Whenever it rains, traffic builds up due to the following factors;
Firstly is that rain affects the drivers vision. For that reason movement in the road is slowed resulting to the continues accumulation of road users on the roads. It is from that that traffic builds up.
Secondly whenever it rains, traffic officers move to shelter leaving key spots where traffic is usually controlled very open. As the culture on Kenyan roads has always been, motorists end up to the bully, forcing their ways through the areas.
Also due to running water in the roads, it is only logical that the driver becomes human by respecting other road users. Among many factors is by slowing down to avoid splashing dirty water.
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