A young man is fighting for his life at Thika Level 5 Hospital in Kiambu County after he fell off a matatu along Thika Road.
James Ng’ang’a, 22, had boarded the matatu belonging Lopha Travellers Sacco in Nairobi on Thursday last week around 9.20pm and was to disembark at the Githurai 45 stage.
However, after reaching Kahawa Sukari the driver and his conductor urged passengers to alight as they would not get in Githurai.
Sadly when it was Ng'ang'a's turn the matatu driver sped off, The young man fell off and was run over by the heavy bus.
According to Kahawa Sukari police boss Hondo Chacha the young man sustained some bizarre fractures.
The young man in pain has urged police to investigate the sad incident that has left him paralyzed.
This is not the first time that rogue matatu drivers have thrown a person out of a speeding vehicle.
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