The Kenol Marua Road has been under construction for long time now. Several sections of the roads have been under use while others remained closed as the construction work continued. However, motorists have something to smile as the longest strech which for a long time has seen diversions to the narrow road sections has finally been open.
Several people have lost their lives and others including students badly injured after a grisly accident that happened at Kambiti area along the Nairobi-Meru Highway. According to sources reporting the accident, it was involving two 14-seater Matatu,1 lorry and 2 personal vehicles. The students who were injured in the accident were said to be heading to school before the unfortunate event befell them.
Latest sad news being reported is that several students are feared dead after a fatal road accident occured along busy Nairobi-Meru Highway. Schools across the country have reopened today after the Ministry of Education issued directives for School-going children to resume their studies after General Elections came to an end.
Yesterday was a very sad day to entire education sector, and specifically to Chogoria Girls High School and parents to the school girls. The atmosphere was filled with a sombre mood following the untimely death of three girls who died after their matatu involved in a deadly road accident.
Accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise in the country with the government asking motorists to always be careful to avoid these accidents that lead to loss of lives. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. The National Transport and Safety Authority has been doing its best to educate Kenyans on the need to drive carefully and to avoid any carelessness that might lead to loss of lives.
Three students from Chogoria Girls High school have been confirmed dead, after a fatal accident at Kambiti area along Kenol-Sagan road in Murang'a Kiambu county. The students were traveling to their homes after the closing of school for the end term. These coomes contradictory to Cs Magoha after he reported earlier that schools should not close early instead should close on 23/12.2021.
This morning, parents of Chogoria Girls high school and the entire nation at large woke up to shocking news of a grisly road involving a matatu and a lorry, that took place at Kambiti along Kenol-Makutano road.The accident happened after the matatu that was ferrying the Chogoria students from Meru to Nairobi crushed into a lorry that was transporting farm produce.
Former Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko is a worried man after a fatal road accident involving a Matatu and a lorry claimed lives of three High School students and a Matatu driver. The accident happened at Kambiti area which is along Kenol-sagana Highway. The three Chogoria Girls High School students had closed school and were traveling back home when the unfortunate incident happened.
Several students feared dead in grisly accident at Kambiti along the Nairobi-Meru Highway. Preliminary investigations revealed that two matatus, one lorry and two personal vehicles involved in the accident at Kambiti area. The accident took place after the the two matatus lost control and rolled several times before hitting two stationery cars along the busy highway.
Yesterday the nation woke up to sad news of an accident at Kambiti along the Nairobi Makutano highway. Four lives were lost among them three students from Chohoria girls, a school in Tharaka Nithi county. However the public and the media has learnt that the pain is not over as 13 other girls are still hospitalized.
Over the past few weeks, accidents on the Kenyan highways have been on the rise with the government, through the National Safety and Transport Authority doing its best to mitigate this scourge. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. A few weeks ago as students were closing school, three girls from a popular high school lost their lives in a head on collision accident involving the matatu they were in.
The Kenol Marua highway has been associated with many accidents over the last three months. Various reasons may have contributed to the accidents but the major is as a result of the continous narrowing down of the road as a result of the construction. With the rainy season going on there is need to have proper road marks which demarcate the road and the region under construction.
This morning, the parents of Chogoria Girls High School and people all over the country woke up to the shocking shock of a horrific road accident involving mattresses and trucks, which happened in Kambiti along Kenol Road-Makutano. The accident happened when mattresses carrying students from Chogoria de Meru to Nairobi crashed into a truck.
Kenyan roads have been described as exceptionally dangerous for vulnerable users like children, out of whom a significant number of them are among those killed and injured. Several students are feared dead following an accident at Kambiti along the Kenol-Makutano Road. The students are said to have died on the spot while several others are reported to have been injured and have been rushed to Kenol hospital.
Some of the PSV drivers and passengers surprised by the massive traffic (Photo Courtesy) After the festive season, Kenyans are trying to get back to their work places in major towns while students are getting back to school causing a major rush on busy roads across the whole country.
A fatal accident in the Kambiti area in Murang'a has claimed the lives of three students of Chogoria girls high school and the driver of the Matatu. The police report indicates that The tragic accident happened in the morning hours, after, a "Mark One" Sacco Matatu vehicle attempted to overtake a truck trailer but instead collided head-on with an on-coming lorry.
In an accident that happened in Kambiti, Murang'a on Saturday Morning, at least three students from Chogoria High School and one Matatu driver were murdered. Alexander Shikondi, the sub-county police chief, confirmed that the incident, which occurred early this morning, had occurred.
Saturday was a very sad day to entire education sector, and specifically to Chogoria Girls High School and parents to the school girls. The atmosphere was engulfed with a sombre mood following the untimely death of three girls who died after their matatu involved in a deadly road accident.
chogoria Girls high school received tragic news after three students, matatu driver died in an accident in Kambiti, Murang'a on Saturday morning 18th December. The students were on their journey to home after schools were closed for December holiday. Murang'a South Sub county police commander Alexander Shikondi has said that the matatu belonging to Mark One Sacco was trying to overtake a truck when it collided head-on with a lorry.The Matatu driver of the lost his life on the spot.
Earlier on this morning, details emerged of a deadly accident at Kambiti that claimed the lives of three Chogoria Girls High School students on the busy Kenol-Marua road. Driver of the lorry. Picture courtesy. The ill fated matatu collided head on with a lorry carrying potatoes as it was trying to overtake another vehicle on the said highway.