After watching the video of the Saint Joseph's Seminary School Bus sinking in Enzio River Water while full of church choir members who were enroute to a wedding, it is true that a lot of lessons can be learned from the tragedy. Political leaders attended the scene taking photos and selfies at the scene while sending the condolences to the family affected while they were the one who have to be questioned.
Meanwhile, the It's called River of Doom because at least people have drowned in past years and a day ago it swept a bus full of occupants killing 33 instantly so far. Meanwhile, following the sources the Sikika road agency has finally shared the photos of the 'evil river' during the dry season which left tongues of many Kenyans wrangling in disbelief. Below are viral photos of the controversial river;
1.During dry season.
2.During average rainfall.3.During end of rain season.
According to a post by Ngilu, 9 more bodies have been recovered leading to a total of 33 deaths from the accident. Ngilu has promised that recovery of more bodies will be done tommorow to ensure no one remains on the river beds. Several leaders have sent condolences to the families of those people who perished from the accident.
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