Terrible accident at Lodiani has snatched the lives of 3 people that died on the spot while 2 others died moments after arriving at a local hospital.
Confirming the incident Lodiani area police Commander. Mutugi informed that the accident was as a result of tyre burst which forever the matatu to lose control.
After Citizen TV shared this sad news on there Facebook page a woman reacted to the post. She informed that the driver of the matatu was his brother.
“Imagin opening your phone and the first thing you see is this sad news, my brother Khalif was the driver of the matatu thank God he is ok,” she wrote.
However many Kenyans including Sikika ROAD Safety have told a different story contrary to what many believe. Sikika has informed that those dead were youths and that they were on a road trip and had hired the matatu.
It has been discovered that this particular matatu is mostly loved by youths that use it for road trips.
The Opera fraternity joins friends and family during this difficult moment. And to those in hospital we wish them a quick recovery.
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