Photo of Allan Ngugi who perished along southern Bypass
Allan Ngugi who lost his life in a tragic road accident along Southern bypass is expected to be laid to rest this weekend. This is according to the family. The latest development happening at a time when an online petition has been launched to stop stalled trucks along busy highways.
An extract of the petition
The petition which has so far attracted thousands of Kenyans seeks to pressure the Kenya Urban Roads Authority to issue a statement that there should be no stalled vehicles on the highways. According to the petitioners, stalled trucks along the busy highways have been a worry to many drivers who have lost their lives after ramming into stagnant trucks.
Allan Ngugi has been commemorated as a well-behaved person who was instrumental in helping the less fortunate in society. He met his death when rushing home from his job a few weeks ago when his car rammed into a stationary lorry along the southern bypass at night.
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