I don't how many times Kenyans need to be told that petrol is dangerous and it can lead to massive deaths. We are tired of saying this, it seems that people no longer value their life anymore. Today on 7th December a petrol tanker overturned at Mai Mahiu, which is the famous spot of most petrol tankers overturning.
Instead of Kenyans staying far away from the tanker, they decided to siphon fuel from the tanker and this is very dangerous, I mean we know petrol is expensive, but it is not worth your life. The most heartbreaking thing is seeing how they were crowded and having smiles on their faces. It is a festive season but a small thing like this can make you go in grave.
Here are some of the photos of Kenyans siphoning fuel.
Here is the link to the Full Video on Instagram
Kenyans please stop this behaviour, petrol is dangerous and it kills, this is not a story it is reality, remember the sinai and the Kisumu event, so please be careful.
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