Kenyans have been left sharing their views after passengers Allegedly decided to turn against a reckless driver.
According to information shared on Facebook by Sikika Road Safety, the man pictured in the post is a 14 seater PSV driver. It is alleged that the driver was driving while drunk. He missed two collisions and a roll over near KU at Uniticity.
As a result, passengers allegedly decided to turn against him and hand him over to police. Sikika shared the post claiming they support this and in case it happens, passengers should not hit him but hand him over to police officer
Screenshot of a post on Facebook
Photos shared on Facebook
Kenyans have reacted to this step taken by passengers speculating that one should know who is a driver or a conductor of a vehicle before boarding. With this, we shall reduce cases of Premature deaths caused as a result of reckless driving or driving while under influence of alcohol.
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