An accident has occured this evening in Kambiti along Kenol Makuyu Makutano road.The accident involved a psv Nissan which rammed into an Isuzu Tx lorry .This was reported today earlier and a source reveals that the driver of the nissan is in a critical condition and was quickly rushed to the nearest hospital.
The Nyeri-Nairobi Highways is one of the busiest roads in the country as it leads to many parts of the country that are accessed through this road. Picture Courtesy. Image used for illustration. The Northern corridor of Kenya is accessed through this road that branches off in different sections as it heads to the famous town of Nyeri.
The construction work on Meru Nairobi highway is entering the final phase. The contractor is working on the final stretch of the road and the results are evident. The section from Kenol to Kambiti is now working and drivers have expressed excitement over the amount of time used to travel through this section which was earlier congested and used to consume long time.
News reaching us is that a Northern City Bus has been involved in an early morning accident. According to a post and photos shared on Facebook by Nyeri Mohoro NewsHub, the northerners City Bus was involve in an accident at Kambiti area located along Nairobi-Nyeri highway. It has been reported that five people sustained minor injuries as a result of the accident. According to the photos, the bus has been damaged especially on the front side. Several pieces of broken mirrors are spread at the scene. Screenshot
Most Kenyans are religious, either Christians or Muslims but, this does not mean that witchcraft and other dark forces are unheard of in different places. However, the whole issue of witchcraft is only a myth to some who do not believe in such practices. This has sparked many debates questioning the legitimacy of such forces, but if you can believe God exists, you better believe that very dark powers also exist too. Politicians, business owners and even common people are said to consult these dark forces through
The student who is said to be retaking the Form Three year after flunking the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (KCSE), was caught using a phone by the teacher of duty and hid it. The teacher tried to search the student but he turned violent forcing the other 2 teachers to come to the rescue. They were able to able to restrain him but not before he broke the windows of the classroom. He was then taken to the deputy teacher's office until the police arrived. Upon interrogations, the 18-years-old