Kenyans have raised an alarm after a strange man have been found lying helplessly along the highway.According to the post that has been shared by the Kenya road traffic alert ma3route,the man whose name has not been identified yet was found lying helplessly along Mbagathi way at the wall of the city mortuary near the round about in Nairobi city.The report also reveals that the man has been lying there since yesterday without any help and he can't move,sit,eat or even walk.
"There is an old man lying helplessly along Mbagathi way at the wall of the city mortuary just near the roundabout.He has been there since yesterday and he can't move,he can't sit up to eat and can't walk.He seems lost to me,his speech is coherent and I don't know if he has any condition like diabetes it he is hungry he is just not fine.He doesn't look well,"reads the post.Kenyans have raised alarm with some saying that he should be taken to the police station for identification.
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