People at Kebirigo are at shock after a fatal accident involving a motor cycle and a car this evening. The accident has just occurred after the boda boda was seen being ridden in the centre of the road.
When the crowd inquired about the two boys who were in the boda boda, it was realised that the two boys were just students who had rented the boda boda to entertain themselves with a ride.
The owner of the car was very bitter because his car was damaged and the two boys were not in a position to repair the car.
Luckly enough there was no death reported only injuries. One of the boys who were on the boda boda was badly hurt. He was taken to a nearby clinic where he was given treatment.
People warned boda boda owners not to lend young school going boys their boda bodas because incase of an accident the boys cannot afford to repair incase of any damage. Also boda boda riders should be careful when riding their boda bodas to avoid accidents. Like Comment and share.
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