Most of our Kenyan roads have been improved, thanks to Kibaki and Jubilee government. However, the roads pose a big danger to it's users as most accidents that have been happening are attributed to poor roads and driver's carelessness.
A section of Kenyans have frowned upon a bus driver as well as thank God for saving lives after a matatu is seen rolling after being hit by the bus. In a video shared online, the 14-seater matatu over took the busy and seemingly forced its way to another lane before being hit on the rear, rolling down to the other side of the road making passengers jump out in fear. https://www.facebook.com/peterwric.evangelist/videos/224947073067211/
According to latest statistics, over 3900 people died as at 2021. The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has been trying its best to control accidents by making inspections on our roads. Despite this, accidents have continued to rise. Check reactions from Kenyans below:
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