The Kenyan Matatu Industry is currently mourning the untimely death of a renowned Conductor from Dandora Identified as Benard who reportedly succumbed to his injuries after being involved in a deadly accident.
Taking to his Facebook account to confirm his death, One of his close friends who has been identified as Shabaanih Sabawan sent his condolences to the family of the deceased adding that his death was going to leave a hole which couldn’t be filled.
Reports given by the witnesses claimed that the deceased was run over by an oncoming vehicle after he allegedly slipped from another vehicle.
He was rushed to the hospital by a group of good Samaritans in attempts to save his life. Sadly ,he passed away several days later.
However, while reacting to this incident, Kenyans who expressed their pain and agony over his death have called upon Matatu drivers urging them to follow traffic rules and regulations in order to reduce unnecessary accidents in Kenya.
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