Kenyans have been left panicking after a serious road accident is reported to have occured at Makenji Kenol Murang'a road.
Photo taken at the scene
The saddening news were shared on Facebook by Jeff Kuria. He captioned the photo "A serious road accident at Makenji Kenol Murang'a road."
Screenshot of a post on Facebook by Jeff Kuria
Kenyans have reacted to Jeff Kuria's update claiming that it is so worrying that towards the end of July and at the beginning of August, accidents are being reported each day. Others speculated that as we approach elections, more accidents occur and it seems it has become a norm.
In addition, netizens wished those involved in the accident a quick recovery. They also hoped that no fatalities were reported as a result of the accident.
Screenshots of comments
It is indeed clear that accidents have increased in recent days. Drivers, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians need to be extra careful when using our roads. Let's try what we can to prevent accidents.
We wish a quick recovery to those involved in the accident.
What is your view concerning these allegations raised by Kenyans? Is there any connection between accidents, months of July and August, and the election period? Drop your comment.
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