Kenyans are now developing a bad behaviour towards any development in the country. Their bad behaviour at the end causes disaster and death of many innocent people who did not participate in the given activities.
Vehicles passing through the Makupa Causeway bridge in mombasa are now risking deadly accidents after residents continue stealing tons of metals every now and then under the bridge. (Photo| courtesy)
The metals which are meant to support the bridge are now becoming their source of living because they cut the metals from the bridge and later sell them as scrap metals.(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
If the residents continue with their theft of metals from the bridge, the bridge may soon collapse due to the heavy weight of vehicles and trucks that pass through the bridge.
Residents should therefore be warned against the practice and if possible, officers to be sent in the area and also tough penalties to be given to however found stealing from the causeway bridge.(Source screenshot)
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