A woman has allegedly been injured in a minor accident involving two public service vehicles along Nile Jogoo Road.
Photo:courtesy (Previous Incident)
Taking to his twitter account to express his concerns and opinion on the rising number of accidents in Kenya, the man who has been identified as Paulskiviu has revealed that the accident which occurred along Jogoo road has luckily left one woman injured.
The accident which reportedly happened a few minutes after another accident which left ona Boda-Boda Operator dead has sparked alot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different ideas on why there was an increasing number of accidents in Kenya.
With a section of Kenyans blaming this accidents on the poor state of infrastructure and everything else, others went ahead and sent both victims their condolences and quick recovery messages respectively.
However, they went ahead and called upon the government to consider introducing more tough laws on people who break the traffic rules and regulations in order to curb the accident menace.
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