Uproar As Chilling Video Of Youths Dangerously Hanging Out Of Vehicles Emerges
By Obedee | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 0 views
It is barely three months since we lost two youths on the road in Nairobi due to bad road habits while on the road. It is sad to know that most of the people doing these dangerous habits are youths who are affected by peer pressure and are always braggy and like recognition from people.
Through a facebook road safety group known as Sikika Road safety, a video was posted and in the video, many youths are seen in many vehicles and most of them are out of the windows celebrating how their drivers are driving in high speed competing with each other.(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
The youths who were alleged to be on a roadtrip elicited alot of fierce reactions after the video was seen. Many said that they are happy but they just want to die because of their dangerous practices. Others said that youths in this country never learn from past experiences. Below are some of the reactions:(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
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