Photo of a Nairobi traffic police officer by the name Mustafa Lolo who was killed yesterday by shuttle Matatu after losing control has been Exposed online hence Sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens.
Yesterday Kenyans received a sad news of traffic police officer reported dead unclear circumstances after being knocked down by overspeeding shuttle matatu while he was controlling traffic jam at Valley road, Nairobi county.
That incident happened at 5 PM when Overspeeding PSV Matatu lost control ,hit a traffic police officer and later rammed onto six other cars. Many people also sustained more Injuries due to that ugly scene.
A photo of Mustafa Lolo has been shared online hence Sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens. Netizens have urged Kenyans to follow all traffic rules and regulations during this festive season inorder to save more lives.
Kenyans netizens have sent their condolences message to the family and friends of Mustafa and have wished his soul to rest in peace, some netizens have urged drivers to limit speed while driving because overspeeding kills.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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