Taking to his Facebook account to express his concerns and fear after the accident, renowned blogger from Eldoret who goes by the name of Lemiso Sato Emmanuel revealed that the victim got into an accident while heading home.
However, onto what might be considered as good news, he went ahead and confirmed that she was out of danger and so due to this reason, he called upon Kenyans to help her clear her hospital bills which accumulated after she was admitted to the ICU
This is happening at the same time when the National Transport and Safety Authority has called upon Kenyans urging them to always make sure they follow all the traffic rules and regulations in order to reduce the number of accident related death in the country.
Reports given by the NTSA has revealed that the latest accident statistics has revealed that most of the current accidents in Kenya are being caused due to recklessness among Kenyan road users.
However, while expressing their opinions and suggestions on the matter, most Kenyans have called upon the government to consider lighting different parts of Kenyan roads. According to most Kenyans, most night accidents are caused due to poor visibility.
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