Sikika Road Safety Group has called upon the National Police Service to help remove a body that is allegedly lying at Mombasa road, at the exit of the airport.
Taking to their different social media accounts to express their concerns, Sikika Road safety Has called upon the National Police Service to help removed the dead body which they claimed is causing a traffic congestion.
According to the reports given by SRF, it has been revealed that the deceased was killed by a Truck accident that knocked him down dead.
This is happening at the same time when the government through the National Police Service, National Transport and Safety Authority have both Urged Kenyans to make sure they stay vigilant.
According to the reports given by the government is has been revealed most people or rather most accidents in the country are being caused by Rogue road users.
Transport Cs Kipchumba Murkomen has revealed that last year, 2O22 registered the highest number of accident-related deaths ever since the country got its independence.
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