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The increasing number of reported road accidents in the country have been on the rise with many Kenyans losing their lives on the roads. According to the report from the ministry of transport through NTSA, over 500 people have lost their lives through road accidents since last year with many others ending up with bad injuries.
The biggest challenge for the government has been dealing with drunk driving among motorists. Most of the accidents have been a result of drunk drivers who are not able to control their cars.
Over speeding is another big challenge on Kenyan roads with drivers especially those driving Miraa cars accused of driving recklessly on the roads.
Earlier today one person was killed on the spot after the car they were traveling in was involved in a nasty road accident along the Embu-Meru highway.
According to initial reports, the accident involved a probox and matatu that was carrying passengers. The probox was transporting Miraa when the accident happened.
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