Photo courtesy:Thika Superhighway at night.
Disregard to pedestrians and cyclists in Nairobi streets have been on the rise with rogue motorists having been spotted from parking on pedestrian paths to driving on pedestrian and cyclists paths endangering the lives of the latter. Here are few photos of these incidents:
In a recent incident, rogue drivers have angered Kenyans after what they did was shared via Ma3Route. In the video shared and seen by this writer, the rogue drivers escaped a traffic jam by disregarding the pedestrians from their legal paths.
The drivers broke into the pedestrian lane from the main road almost hitting a man who was walking by. You can watch the video in the link below:
Kenyans reacted differently to this new development and below are some of the reactions:
This comes at a time when the country is fighting to reduce cases of accidents on our roads that have claimed lives with pedestrians accounting for the greatest number of fatalities.
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