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"Hii Ni Mbaya" See What A Bus Driver Did Along Kisumu-Kericho Road That Has Left Kenyans Talking.

Buses are long vehicles that are used to carry passengers and various items from one place to another. In Kenya, buses are mainly owned by SACCOS (Savings and Credit Corporative Societies). Buses owned by SACCOS are legally permitted to carry out their daily operations within a specified time.

The driver's of buses owned by SACCOS are remunerated by such SACCOS. Whether or not driving for a SACCO, all drivers are advised to observe traffic rules and regulations. They should avoid overspeeding, overtaking and overloading just the name a few.

According to report by Ma3Route today, a driver of an Easy Coach Limited Company bus has been spotted overtaking other vehicles recklessly along Kisumu-Kericho highway. Kericho-Kisumu highway is a major national road trunk that forms part of A1 road. Overtaking can lead to serious accidents which claim alot of lives.

The incident has sparked alot of reactions from different people online. The drive has violated National Transport and Safety Authority rules.

Tweeting about the incident, some can be seen saying, "Hii ni mbaya, the driver should be arrested." Below are some of the screenshots showing how people reacted to the matter.

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