There was panic and fear at the famous Likoni Ferry channel after an accident occurred involving two ferries. On Saturday, mid-morning, Likoni residents experienced a near death experience after MV Likoni collided with MV Jambo while crossing passengers from both ends of the Likoni channel. The two ferries were fully packed when the incident happened and was it not for the quick response from the emergency teams at the scene, a worse situation would have occurred.
There was tension and drama at the famous Likoni Ferry Crossing area in Mombasa County on Monday morning. The day had just started as a normal day at the busy Likoni ferry with Kenyans crossing over from Mombasa town to the South coast and vice versa without knowing of the danger that was impending.
On Monday, two suspected terrorists were arrested at the Likoni-Ferry crossing channel on the mainland side. An operation carried out by the Special Forces detectives and Anti-Terror Police joint, accompanied by a full group of journalists led to the arrest of the two. The two traveling in a Probox car registration number KCE 695U, were nabbed with two AK-47 rifles, mobile phones, ammunition and other items.
After an accident involving two ferries, there was panic and dread at the famed Likoni Ferry channel. Likoni people had a near-death experience on Saturday morning when the MV Likoni collided with the MV Jambo while transporting passengers from opposite sides of the Likoni channel. The two ferries were completely full when the tragedy occurred, and the situation could have been much worse if it hadn't been for the fast response of the emergency crews on the spot.
National Youth Service Vehicle reportedly overturned near Likoni Ferry after its driver made a blunder of confusing the lanes. According to sources, the new road rules in Mombasa has affected some drivers who are not used to some of them. For the case of the NYS driver, he admitted that he got confused when he saw vehicles coming at his side at a very high speed.
A stampede has been reported at Likoni Ferry in Mombasa County. Likoni Ferry was the talk of the town more so last year whereby several bizarre incidents happened leaving several people dead including plunging of vehicles into the ocean. On Wednesday evening, several people were left injured and some in critical condition following a stampede.
Depression is real and most of Kenyans suffer silently. This has caused a lot of deaths and family break ups. Today a teenager was arrested at the Likoni Ferry as he attempted to commit Suicide by jumping from the Ferry into the ocean. The teenager who seemed to be trouble was arrest by the port officers after they realized that he was about to jump it to the sea. Reports from Musyi FM. Translation: A teenage aged man is in custody at the Likoni Ferry police station after he was arrest after his attempt
Chaotic scenes are expected today at Likoni Ferry in Mombasa after Kenya Ferry Services announced major changes.The agency has said that only vehicles will be allowed to use ferry to move to and fro Mombasa Island.
Panic and anxiety gripped the historic Likoni Ferry channel following an accident involving two vessels. On Saturday morning, Likoni locals witnessed a near-death experience when the MV Likoni collided with the MV Jambo while transporting passengers between the Likoni channel's two ends. The two boats were completely full at the time of the event, and had it not been for the fast response of the rescue crews on the spot, a much worse situation may have ensued.
There was drama at the Likoni crossing channel after two ferries collided with thousands of people on board. MV Likoni collided with MV Jambo at the Likoni crossing channel, causing panic among passengers on board. According to sources, the collision resulted in one of the ferries developing a mechanical problem which saw it stuck in the middle of the deep ocean for more than 40 minutes.
Courtesy photo There was drama at the Likoni crossing channel after suspected Al-Shabaab terrorists were nabbed by heavily armed Recce Suard officers. In a video shared by Nation, two men were seen being removed from a white Toyota Probox after being cornered. The militants were trying to use the Likoni Crossing Channel to move from Likoni Mainland towards Mombasa Island when they were nabbed.
The so-called Covid-19 prevention program in Mombasa has turned into a major threat to spread the epidemic.This is after a huge crowd was witnessed yesterday at Liwatoni Bridge, after more than 300,000 people were forced to use it instead of taking a ferry.
Tension has escalated in the Likoni Ferry crossing, Mombasa county after anti-terrorism police swiftly acted on intelligence, in the process intercepting a probox car that was just about to board the awaiting ferry with illegal ammunition. In the incident that happened a few minutes past 1030 am, a unit of police commandos in full combat gear arrived and immediately profiled a Toyota white Probox that was in que ready to board the Ferry.
Photo Courtesy. The increased number of accidents around the Indian Ocean is no doubt becoming a major cause for concern for many Kenyans leaving around the area. Several accidents have been over the past few years that have claimed several lives. A few hours ago, An accident has been reported in the Likoni Ferry Mainland After a pickup belonging to a security company toppled over and badly injured one of its occupants. According to the report, the vehicle slipped and lost control before rolling over. Fortunately,
Another sad news from Likoni Ferry; A trailer has plunged into the Indian Ocean this morning at the Likoni crossing channel after losing control as to get into the Ferry. Likoni ferry is becoming dangerous. A semi trailer carrying thousands of construction tiles from South Coast (Likoni) to the island side (Mombasa)loses control and plunges into the Indian ocean waters. No casualties reported as the driver managed to escape unhurt . Likoni ferry services must build barriers on the sides of the ramp to stop vehicles
Dramatic Scenes at Likoni as Detectives From Special Forces Arrest Two Heavily Armed Terror Suspects
Dramatic scenes were witnessed at Likoni Ferry terminus after two terror suspects were dramatically arrested by Special Forces detectives and Anti-Terror Police joint in Mombasa on Monday. The suspects who were on rush to exiting through the channel were arrested at around 10 am on the mainland side after a tip-off from the public on the presence of the two people whom they described to be conducting unusual business around the town.
The Likoni Ferry Channel has been an area of chaos for ages. Every new day, you would hear of a new scenario that has happened and most of these scenarios happening frighten people making them fear to use that area. A recent report from the Kenya Ferry Service and other social medias have reported that two ferries collided in the Likoni Ferry channel on Sunday, 31st Jan, 2021. The reports state that the ferries collided while moving in the opposite directions, that is, one was from the sides of Likoni heading
The likoni ferry channel has had a lot of issues for a longer period of time. Every time you would hear of an accident that has occurred and mostly involving vehicles and people. It has been an area where many people fear because of the incidences that occur. Today, it has been reported that a mini trailer has again plunged into the ocean after the driver post control. This incident occurred in the early morning hours. According to the report given by the Nation News Media, it was reported that the driver escaped
The 200-meter-long load transport obstructed sea traffic to and from the Port of Mombasa - Kenya Ferry Service clarified the vessel had fostered a specialized hitch and move was being made - A comparable occurrence was accounted for in 2019 when a ship conveying travelers across the Indian Ocean slowed down halfway channel
Two AK-47 rifles, ammunition and other items were recovered during the joint operation. In summary • They were caught at the Likoni-Ferry crossing channel on the mainland side at around 10 am. • Coat Regional Police Commander Manase Musyoka said an investigation has already been launched into the case.