Kenya's renowned story teller Caroline Mutoko has been forced to come out boldly to defend herself from the online attacks by Kenyans who went wild at her over the comments in the recent accident that involved a matatu at Nairobi Expressway.
Through her online handle, she came to wonder about the presence of the matatu that was spotted to have caused the accident at the Expressway.
"Wait, we now have matatus on the Expressway? Courting trouble"- Caroline Mutoko.
From her statement, a large number of Kenyans who were forced to react came to interpret that as if she meant that the Nairobi Expressway is not to be used by public transport vehicles.
Instead, it should only be used by private vehicles and people of certain class to avoid such incidences.
The criticism has now made her to come out again with a long video statement saying that most Kenyan drivers are indisciplined, especially those who drive Matatus.
She has stressed on the issue of driving vehicles at higher speed, one thing that has always emerge as the main cause of accidents on Kenyan roads.
Though she has not made any apology or bend low to retract her statement made earlier on the presence of public transport vehicles on the Expressway.
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