There are many good drivers on the roads. However, a few rogue ones are spoiling the names of many and claiming the lives of other road users.
On Thursday morning, blogger-cum lawyer Wahome Thuku expressed concerns over a lorry he spotted on the highway. He said that the owner should take immediate action against his driver.
The controversial blogger alleged that the lorry was being driven carelessly. "If this is your truck, then this morning on Mombasa Road it was in the hands of a rogue driver," read his post.
He continued that the driver was speeding dangerously and pushing other motorists off the wet road. He also alleged that the driver swerved the truck and almost smashed another car from behind.
He urged the owner to take an action before it is too late. "Do something before you are called to a scene to collect a wreckage and dead bodies," he finished. If his allegations are true, then the owner should reprimand the driver or employ another one. Thanks for reading, don't forget to follow for more updates.
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