Mai Mahiu Residents Treated to Early Valentine After Beer Trailer Overturns
By DerrickMaroko | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 0 views
Whereas the political situation in the country has been tense and the tough economic times, the story is a little different for residents of Maai Mahiu who have been treat to early Valentine after what happened this afternoon.
A video doing rounds online shows residents of an escapement at the popular Maai Mahiu road taking off with crates of supposed beer. From the video, it is clear a trailer plying the route with millions worth of beer slumped at a turn on the road leaving residents nearby taking off with the alcohol.
The slump left the area packed with traffic considering the truck took the better part of the road and would only allow for easy movement if the vehicle is towed away from the road.
Well, relevant authorities will definitely make their way to the scene and restore sanity and normalcy to the route used by most individuals leaving the Nairobi CBD for the upcountry.
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