About 3 months ago, a Matatu driver caught the attention of many Kenyans after he was fired by the sacco he was working with. John Muthoni was fired by 2NK sacco for reporting students who were abusing drugs at Sagana police station. This action angered Kenyans, where some wanted a legal action to be taken against the Matatu sacco.
Photo; Governer Mutahi Kahiga and former 2NK driver. It is now a sigh of relief to the former 2NK Sacco honest driver. Who courageously responded by reporting to the police station. The misbehavior of some students, who the driver noticed were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol in transit.
John Maina Muthoni is the former 2NK driver who was fired after driving highschool students to the police station after busting them taking alcohol, smoking Marijuana and cigarettes. According to John, he had no bad intentions of tarnishing the company's name, he thought that he was doing the right thing but he ended up being punished.
On December holiday last year 2021 a driver from 2NK Sacco was fired by his employee after he report students who were using bhang his vehicle while he was driving them.photo Courtesy Later the driver secured a job at Nyeri County government after meeting with his governor. John Maina has currently sued his employer to get paid after the Sacco fired him.
Survivor In The 2NK Matatu Speaks Out Reveals Mistakes The Lorry Drive Did Resulting To The Accident
A survivor who gained his consciousness after being involved in the 2NK matatu accident has disclosed what took place before they were involved in the grisly accident that killed 8 people and left three survivors,Collins Otenyo narrated to the press of how badly the trailer they rammed into was poorly parked on the Eldoret-Webuye road,according to Otenyo it was not their drivers mistake to hit the trailer from behind but a mistake which could have been avoided only if the trailer could have been properly parked,Collins added that their were no placards which were placed on the Trailer suggesting it was parked there.
The Sunday morning of 2nd January has subjected many residents into tears following the fatal accident that has involved a public service matatu with a truck. The matatu belonging to a 2NK Sacco was headed to Webuye from Nakuru where the matatu hit a stationary truck at Musembe, Webuye.
John Maina, Former 2NK driver who was sacked after he reported students who were abusing drugs while in a matatu has reasons to celebrate after he received a commendation from the National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse, (NACADA) based on his role to fight against misuse of drugs.
Days after the 2NK driver reported a case where students were caught smoking marijuana and taking alcohol on their way to Nairobi from Nyeri County, the sacco has set the record straight on the issue, a development that have caused an online uproar as the general public bashed the sacco after allegedly dismissing the driver.
More than 8 people have been confirmed dead after a terrible road accident along the Eldoret Webuye road. The incident that has occurred early this morning involved a 2NK shuttle that is reported to have rammed into a stationary Lorry at a place know as Musembe. Motorist along the road have been subjected to temporary traffic following the incident as rescue operations took place.
About 3 months ago, a Matatu driver caught the attention of many Kenyans after he was fired by the sacco he was working with. John Muthoni was fired by 2NK sacco for reporting students who were abusing drugs at Sagana police station. This activity rankled Kenyans, where some needed a legitimate move to be made against the Matatu sacco.
At least eight people were confirmed dead after a deadly road crash on Sunday (today) morning. The accident reportedly involved a 14-seater matatu, and a trailer. Confirming the tragedy, Kakamega County Police Commander noted how the matatu rammed into a stationary truck at Musembe.
Former 2NK Driver posing for a photo with Nyeri governor (Photo Courtesy: Facebook) Over the mid term break, a Nyeri matatu driver under the 2NK sacco braved up and drove some rowdy students to a nearby police station after they were indulging in drugs and substance abuse.
Eight people have been confirmed dead after a matatu they were travelling in rammed into a stationary truck in the Musembe area near lugari. All the occupants of the Matatu which belongs to 2NK Sacco died on the spot in the early Sunday morning accident along the busy Webuye-Eldoret highway.
Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga offers a job to John Maina Muthoni, formerly of 2NK, a heroic driver who courageously reported students upon realizing that they were smoking bhang and drinking alcohol. Kahiga said that Muthoni will be offered a position as a driver in the Nyeri County Government.
The morning collision between a 2NK matatu and a truck took place on Sunday January 2 on the busy EldoretWebuye road in Musembe district, near Lugari. A hired 2NK matatu killed eight passengers on the spot after colliding with a parked truck. Kakamega Regional Police Commander Hassan Barua confirmed the incident and said eight people had been killed in the crash, including a 2NK matatu driver.
John Maina who was fired by 2NK Matatu SACCO for reporting misbehaving students has finally been honoured by Nyeri County governor Mutahi Kahiga to work as a driver in his county. The driver's decision to report the students at the nearest police station was received negatively by his former employer who inturn fired him from work.
It has been a very sad morning whereby some people have lost their lives and several injured in a Tragic Accident at Musembe Market, Webuye whereby a 2NK Matatu lost control. It's so Saad to lose 8people at ago who were traveling to Nairobi From Bungoma. This is indeed very sad news to the family of the people who lost their lives.
It was a windfall for former 2NK matatu driver John Maina Muthoni days after he was unceremoniously sacked in what many Kenyans termed as a heroic act at work barely a week ago. The celebrated driver was chased by the 2NK PSV Sacco for ”damaging” the company’s name after driving unruly students to a police station in Sagana Nyeri County during their mid term break.
The 2NK Sacco driver who was fired after reporting the high school students who were using drugs while in the vehicle, has finally landed a county job after decry frustrations. The former 2NK Sacco driver has been given the role of a driver at Nyeri county government.He was appointed by the Nyeri county governor Mutahi kahiga.
The story of John Muthoni has been renown in the country for sometime now after he took some students who had abused drugs inside the vehicle he was driving to the police station. That act would later see him get into trouble with the employer who later on got him sacked from offering his services with the leading 2NK Sacco.