Motorists are always cautioned to be extra careful on the Kenyan Highways to avoid the kind of accidents witnessed on our roads. It's imperative that drivers follow all traffic rules to ensure that safety for all Motorists is observed.
Bodabodas operators have bared the brunt of some of the reckless driving witnessed from our Motorists. This is because everyone always assumes that they are on the wrong at all times.
Earlier this afternoon, there has been a deadly accident at Murari area in Runyenjes Constituency. The accident happened on the Karurumo-Ishiaro highway between a speeding Probox and a Bodaboda.
The Bodaboda Operator, identified as Silas Mugendi who hails from Mulamba Village that is Mbeere died instantly in the accident. According to an eyewitness report, the driver of the Toyota Probox is said to have been over-speeding.
The body of Silas Mugendi has been taken to Kyeni Mission Hospital Mortuary while in the company of his family members. We extend our condolences to the family of the deceased.
We urge our drivers to always be careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents happening on our roads. Lives can be saved if only rules are adhered.
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