Motorists are always encouraged to be extra careful on the roads to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads on a daily basis.
Picture courtesy. Cynthia.
The Nairobi-Nakuru highway has been a death trap for many people over the last one year and it's latest victim will shock you even further.
We have just received reports that a young and beautiful lady identified only as Cynthia, has perished in a road accident at Gilgil.
It's still unclear how the accident happened yesterday night on the busy highway when the car overturned and the lady died on the spot.
According to reports on our desk, this was the lady's birthday and it's just sad that she had to die on the same day that she was born.
She had also graduated from the University about a couple of weeks ago and therefore had the rest of her life ahead of her.
We extend our condolences to the family and friends of Cynthia who didn't have to die in such a way.
We urge drivers using the Nairobi-Nakuru route to ensure that they are always careful to avoid some of these accidents.
Here are some comments from Kenyans:
Magufuli Benjamin: Too painful. I saw this vehicle while heading to Baringo home. Very sad anyway.
Naomi Njuguna: Condolences to her family and friends. May she RIP. Let's buy them roses while they can still smell them.
Kev Kim: That's how short life is nowadays. Let's learn to appreciate every small thing we have. May she RIP.
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