Road signs are one of the important things used on the roads to reduce accidents. Many roads in the country which have no road signs always experience alot of accidents since new drivers are always unaware of the road situation they are using.
A photo has been posted in a renown road safety facebook group known as Sikika and it has caused alot of reactions online. In the photo, a road sign is seen placed wrongly on the road. The road sign was mean't for a road bending left while some metres ahead was a road bump. It is very dissapointing that there was no road sign for the road bump and the road was neither bending left too.(Photo| courtesy)
Netizens reacted saying that in Kenya everything is possible and everything is taken as a joke. This is truly misleading since many drivers will get this wrong especially drivers who will concentrate most in the road sign that the road is bending left ignoring the bumps. Below are some of the reactions:
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Relevant authorities who are incharge of the road signs should review the road sign and replace it with a correct one inorder to avoid unwanted accidents in the area.(Source screenshot)
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