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Sad: First Person To Die In Nairobi Expressway Accident Left Behind A Pregnant Wife

Since the new Nairobi Expressway was commissioned, there have been many reported cases of accidents in the area. Within just one week, many accidents have occurred with the latest accident involving a super metro PSV bus that hit a guardrail trying to avoid a head-on collision with another vehicle. The bus overturned and left some people sustaining injuries.

It's still barely a week after another PSV vehicle rammed into another leaving 20 passengers badly injured. The Ministry of Transport has reacted to this occurrence by banning Public Service Vehicles carrying more than seven people from using the Nairobi Expressway highway.

The transport cabinet secretary James Macharia also directed maintenance of 110 kilometers per hour speed throughout the Nairobi Expressway highway.

As the last month's accidents that occurred on the Nairobi Expressway were being investigated, fresh details about a motorist who died after ramming into the Mlolongo toll booth have emerged.

The motorist identified as James Jenga was buried on Friday. The man is said to have been a government valuer who has been operating in Marsabit.

He is also said to have been a 2018 graduate of Nairobi University with a degree in real estate management. The man has died when his family particularly his wife needs him the most since she is pregnant. Reports reveal the message about the husband's death has really traumatized her to an extent of dumbness.

She could not discuss the death of her husband or give any details on the same. It's our prayer that Almighty God will heal her wounds and give her the strength to raise her child after giving birth.

It's important that everyone takes the initiative to prevent road accidents because they leave unrepairable damage. Thank you for reading this article. Please like, share and leave your comments in the comments section below.

Source: Tv 47

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