Transports,Roads and Public Works CS Kipchumba Murkomen has broken his silence moments after dropping into the country from Qatar.Taking to his official Twitter account,Murkomen has informed the public that he is back to work after the end of the world cup.He revealed that his attention has been driven to the loss of lives to road accidents during this festive season.Murkomen revealed that this is according to reports on road safety delivered to his office."I am reading reports concerning our road safety. We are needlessly losing many lives,"stated Murkomen.The vocal CS went on to urge motorists to be cautious while on roads to avoid accidents that lead to loss of lives."Please let’s drive carefully and be mindful of lives and welfare of others. Let’s obey the law."added Murkomen.The CS was part of the spectators who attended the FIFA world Cup Finals in Qatar where Argentina carried the day.What is your take on this comments by Murkomen? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.
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