In the recent months, we have witnessed a spate of road accidents in the country leading to a lot people losing their lives. It is alleged that more than half of all road traffic deaths are among vulnerable road and careless driving. Fatal accidents on the Naivasha -Nairobi highway have risen sharply since the dusk-to-dawn curfew was lifted.
Big Shame as High School Students Caught Doing Dirty Acts in a Vehicle, Jumped Out of Moving Vehicle
Police officers in Kirinyaga county are currently searching for High school students from Fred’s Grammar Secondary School who jumped from a moving matatu, when caught abusing drugs and other substance abuse. According to police reports, a group of 14 students had boarded a Nairobi-bound matatu belonging to 2NK Sacco and were heading home for half-term holiday, when busted smoking weeds and taking illicit brews.
A 23-year-old matatu conductor was on Saturday afternoon arrested for allegedly assaulting and breaking a passenger's phone, Nakuru County. According to the police OB reports xx/12/20/11/2021 filed at Kasarani police station, Nakuru County at around 2:16pm on Saturday afternoon, the duo differed over missing luggage inside the PSV vehicle.
Residents of Fort Ternan are calling on the road users along the Kericho Kisumu Highway to be cautious after a bus overturned around noon and is feared to have consumed many lives alongside several other injuries. The Nairobi-bound bus was headed to the Lakeside city of Kisumu is said to have veered off the road and overturned, an undisclosed number of passengers lost their lives.
Police in Kirinyaga are looking for 14 students from Fred’s Grammer Secondary School who jumped from a moving matatu when they were busted smoking weed.According to the DCI, the students had boarded a Nairobi-bound matatu belonging to 2NK Sacco and were heading home for half-term. At some point, the driver, John Maina, sensed the smell of cannabis and upon checking he saw the students smoking and drinking alcohol.He instructed them to stop but they became unruly and threatened him.
The Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA) wishes to notify the general public that there will be a closure of a section of Uhuru Highway due to the works that intend to solve the drainage system around Nyayo Stadium. The Contractor, who is currently undertaking culvert installation works at Nyayo Stadium, intends to commence installation of the second half of the culvert along the Nairobi Bound carriageway.
The Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) train heading to Mombasa from Nairobi on Thursday, November 18 stalled, at the Lesonkoyo Station. In a statement released by Kenya Railways, the train developed a mechanical problem, causing undue delay and inconvenience to the passengers. The corporation stated that it had dispatched a rescue locomotive to enable the passengers complete the journey following the unexpected interruption of their journey.
Detectives based in Kirinyaga are tracing the whereabouts of 14 students, who jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi bound matatu, after they were busted smoking weed. The students from Fred's Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the Matatu belonging to 2NK SACCO. As indicated by the DCI, the understudies had boarded a Nairobi-bound matatu having a place with 2NK Sacco and were setting out home toward half-term.
Six people were killed and several others injured in a fata road crash along the Nairobi - Nakuru highway on Wednesday, August 25.The 7pm accident at Nakuru's Greenstead area involved a 14-seater public service van operated by the North Rift Sacco and a truck. According to area police boss, the two vehicles collided head-on killing five van passengers on the spot.
A toilet. photo | courtesy Police in Embu are investigating an incident in which a female passenger delivered and abandoned a baby in a toilet. According to Embu East Deputy Police boss Monica Mwania, the suspect was in a Nairobi-bound matatu when she request to alight at Runyenjes town for a short call. "The driver made a stopover at a petrol station where the woman proceeded to the toilet, gave birth and came back to the matatu," said the police boss. Legs of a newborn baby. photo | courtesy She added, "The
A train has caught fire mid-journey at Kabuta village in Kiharu while travelling from Nanyuki to Nairobi. It was not immediately clear what caused the fire or whether there were any casualties from the incident that occurred during the morning hours. The train was transporting petroleum products to the city.