There are several means of transport in the world. The main ones include Vehicles, Motorbikes, Planes, Boats, and Ferries. People choose their favorite depending on the distance, safety, and costs.
In Kenya, we have Matatu and buses known for carrying excess passengers and they call it 'sambaza'. Have you ever thought of a plane accommodation excess passengers?
In a post shared by blogger Asmail Mohammed a few moments ago, a few moments ago, a plane in Somali was captured carrying extra travelers. In a video shared online, one of the passengers can be spotted sitting on his bag between the seats on the plane.
This post attracted several reactions from netizens as others said that it is a normal occurrence and it happens in most Somalia planes. Others argued that carrying extra passengers is dangerous to the plane unless the extra weight does not supersede the required plane weight. Others wondered why a train should have a 'sambaza'.
What do you think?
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