Just a few days after an accident occured at the new Nairobi Expressway, another road accident had occured. This has happened at Mlolongo toll station this evening. It involved an Embassava bus which reportedly rammed into a private car.
The bus then rolled on the road. It is not yet clear if casualties have been reported. These accidents have frequently been happening on the Expressway. The drivers are accused of overspending because the road is clear due to the few people using the road. In the last accident, the man who lost his life was laid to rest barely two days ago.
It was then that drivers were told to make sure that they are careful on the road that is yet to be officially launched. It was just opened for trials before president Uhuru Kenyatta officially launches it. Restricted people are allowed to use the road and charged a small fee
Those who have used the road have praises it for being faster and convinient especially for those going to the airport.
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