Most Kenyans prefer to use buses when travelling over long distances because they are cheaper compared to small vans and aeroplanes. This explains why there are many bus companies in Kenya.When travelling over long distances using a bus it is advisable to do a reconnaissance before travelling using a particular bus. This is because travelling in a faulty or poorly maintained bus is not such a great idea. For the past few months, there have been numerous cases reported of people travelling in poorly maintained buses as some of the reports have ended up claiming lives.
Even though you can notice the physical damage of a bus from the looks, noticing the mechanic problems may be difficult unless you board the vehicle.
In a recent photo that was shared online by a reliable source, Kenyans have been left speechless after witnessing something interesting on a bus that was travelling from Nyamira to Nairobi. According to the picture shared, the driver's door of a Nyamira express bus is seen closed with a maize cob.
This is quite funny and shocking at the same time as the door lock of the bus is not that expensive.
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