The son of the former Kiambu Governor,Ferdinand Waititu was arrested on 15th March 2021 for driving while under the influence of alcohol. The police said that when they arrested Brian Ndungu he was very drunk to an extent that he could not control the car.
According to K24 Brian was arraigned in Military Law Court in Nairobi. The student of Strathmore University pleaded guilty to the offense. He asked for forgiveness promising not to repeat the mistake. He was given a fine of 30,000 Kenyan shillings or spend 3 months in jail.
The traffic police are keen on watching out for drivers who do not follow the rules governing the roads. This is to ensure that their is reduction in the number of road accidents which have been in the rise. Most of this accidents are caused by reckless drivers. Many people have lost their lives or become disabled because of mistakes which are intentionally made and which can be avoided.
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