There was a huge traffic congestion witnessed since yesterday along several routes in the country. This is due to the high number of people travelling to their rural homes for Christmas celebrations. One of the major highway that saw a large number of vehicles left at standstill traffic was Nairobi - Nakuru-Eldoret Road. This has attributed to the rising number of road accidents in the country.Today, many Netizens were left talking after a video of a bodaboda rider riding on the wrong side of the road resurfaced online. According to a video shared by Lemiso Sato Emmanuel on his Facebook page, the rider and an incoming Subaru vehicle involved in an head-on collision.
Here is the link to watch the video. https://www.facebook.com/1187170485/posts/pfbid0A1eCVzc3dCXoV87iHRf7Gm4my1AaNTrVXmsPJscxCUk9RMRYsvHP2qs54iWA5z9cl/?app=fbl
Motorists are advised to be cautious while using the road during this festive season to avoid toad carnage/accidents.
Many Netizens reacted to the video with alot of mixed views. Here are some of their comments.
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