A woman has allegedly died after being hit by an Over Speeding vehicle along the busy outering road.
Taking to his Twitter account to express his fear and concerns, the witness who has been identified as Proflone revealed that the deceased was allegedly trying to cross the road before being hit by the rogue driver who immediately fled from the crime scene.
Due to this reason, the witness who sent his heart felt condolences to the family of the victim has called upon the government to take action before things get out of hand.
This is happening at the same time when the National Transport and Safety Authority has urged kenyans to start following all the time traffic rules and regulations in order to reduce the increasing rate of accidents in the country.
According to the reports given by the ntsa, they claimed that the increasing rate of accidents is being caused by ignorant road users who for one reason or another, choose not to obey these road rules and regulations.
While reacting to this incident, ' Kenyans have called upon the government to provide Cctv cameras on these roads in order to help with the investigations incase such kind of things happen where a driver hits a Kenyan and flees.
Kevin Mutai - I don't understand why this keeps on happening i mean sh, should we all just sit and wait before the ministry of roads takes action.
Alex Michie - May she rest in peace and i surely hope that the government works on this before things get out of hand.
Lilian Michael - This is actually painful because in as much as most people might take it for granted, imagine going to work only to end up dead.
Mike Alaka - The driver fled from the crime scene immediately after the incident, he literally left her there to die.
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