Just as cases of accident are too much as people move to their various home. To celebrates with their fellow friends.
CS Kipchumba Murkomen the head of transport and roads has gave a notice to drivers who are using alcohol. To either stop or reduce or else he will deal with them.
He also said that the government has stepped up to reduce accidents by all means. By adopting a multi-pronged strategy that entails public awareness and enforcement.
We are working with citizens to promote personal responsibility by encouraging passengers in both private and public vehicles to speak out against reckless driving and other habits that endanger the lives of Kenyans, Murkomen say.
Cs has said that most accidents are happening at night due to poor visibility. And that is being caused by drinking too much of alcohol.
He therefore, has urges Kenya National Highways Authority, Kenya Urban Roads Authority and Kenya Rural Roads Authority to heighten surveillance on our roads and ensure all stalled vehicles are towed within one hour, to enable smooth flow of traffic. NTSA should also issue road safety compliance checklist for the public and PSV sector.
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