Nowadays, barely can a day pass without hearing of wierd occurences country wide. Miraa drivers are always known to drive carelessly without minding the safety of other road users. This makes them appear bad as they also act rudely. An accident took place in Lamu county where a pickup allegedly ran over tens of sheep along a major highway.
It is said that the herder who had an estimate of one hundred and fifty cattle had been crossing the road early morning when it happened. The vehicle appeared from nowhere and slashed many sheep leaving them dead.
The herder wasn't able to see the vehicle clearly owing to the darkness as it was still dawn. The man however called for the police to carry out investigations as fast as possible to bring him to book. This comes at a bad time as drought is being witnessed in those parts. What are your thoughts about this matter? Please share your thoughts on this matter. Be sure to follow me for such informative articles too. Thanks for your time readers.
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