A very disturbing video has emerged of the dangerous spot along the newly opened Nairobi Expressway on Waiyaki Way at the popular Safaricom Stage.
Photo Courtesy; Image from the scene.
In a video that was shared by a reliable source of information via ma3route, shows the eminent danger that is only waiting to happen.
Actually it appears like a death sentence should the video shared today is to go by.
In the video that has sparked uproar online, shows the great chances both pedestrians and school children have to take to cross the Nairobi Expressway which is an eight lane highway.
The video reveals that the school going children have to calculate with great precision,lest they be knocked down by Speeding cars how to cross the busy highway with fast moving cars.
It is an emotional video that should reach the relevant authorities including National Transport And Safety Authority, NTSA and Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA and appropriate measures taken urgently lest we are going to lose lives.
You can watch the disturbing video in the link below:
Kenyans appeared to have been displeased with this video and below are some of their comments.
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