Worrying and shocking news has today emerged in Mai Mahiu after a fuel tanker got an accident and overturned. According to the history of Kenya, many people have lost their lives on such incidents when a fuel tanker gets an accident and the next thing people think of is to rush and siphon that fuel.
The same incident has today happened where by residents of Mai Mahiu rushed to siphon the fuel which is said to be petrol. The act has caused uproar on social media platforms where by Kenyans are questioning when will Kenyans learn?. Even if it is a matter of poverty, life is very important and one need to take care of his life more than anything else.
However, to Mai Mahiu residents things were just normal and they could be seen siphoning fuel without having any fear that probability of having a fire outbreak at that place is very high. Below are bitter reactions from Kenyans on social media platforms:
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