Traffic jam is the common problem and among the challenges that are facing many big towns here in Kenya starting with Nairobi the capital city of Kenya. Traffic jam in most towns here in Kenya is experienced during the peak hours eg in the morning and at evening or rush hours when people are coming out from job.
A viral post of a Shuttle PSV bus in Nairobi being confused after his bus stack on the mud due to heavy rains experienced currently in Nairobi has surfaced online hence sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens.
According to that post that has been shared online that bus driver was driving besides the road on his intentions of fleeing from a traffic jam but his plans turned sour. His bus later stacked in a mid hence making him being confused without knowing what he will do.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that news report whereby some section of netizens have urged drivers to obey traffic rules because hurry hurry has no blessings and also obedience is better than sacrifice. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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