Concerns have been raised after an unknown body was spotted lying in Allsops Near the General Service Unit (GSU) gates.
Taking to his Twitter account to express his opinions and concerns after the incident, a twitter user who has been identified as Piogamapinto revealed that there was an unresponsive body which was spotted lying in the middle of the streets of Allsops at night.
According to the reports given by the witness, he revealed that the unknown body seemed as if it had been hit by a driver who allegedly run over the man or woman before Fleeing from the crime scene after the alleged hit and run.
The incident has since sparked a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter and on what should be done in order to reduce the number accidents in the country.
With a section of Kenyans claiming that maybe the victim was just drunk, others went ahead and called upon the National Transport and Safety Authority to look into this before things get out of hand because according to them, tough road rules and regulations needed to be put in place.
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