Cases of deaths resulting from road accidents menace have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Many people ignore traffic rules and regulations for example don't drink and drive, not to Overspeeding, overloading among others and they end up doing blanda while on a highway hence causing accidents to occur .
Today a Machakos university lecturer by the name Muthama has been reported dead after his Subaru car collided with a 14 seater PSV matatu. According to the post that former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has shared on his Facebook page today, Muthama was his close friend whom he spended time together.
Sonko has send his condolences message to the family and friends of Muthama and has wished him to rest in peace. He has also promised to support the deceased family during this hard time.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that Sad news report whereby some section of them are elogolising Muthama to be a good lecturer and a loving person.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens, Photo courtesy
We are also sending our condolences message to his family and may his soul rest in peace. Thanks for reading and also don't forget to share your opinion and thoughts concerning Muthama's death and stay tuned by following my profile for more breaking news.
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