The newly opened Footbridge at pipeline along Outering Road has been taken over by business people who have paraded their merchandise beside the walkway rendering movement of those it was constructed for very difficult. The Footbridge is nolonger serving the purpose for which it was built to help the pedestrians cross safely as some unconcerned Kenyans have seen it as stalls to sell their merchandise.
In recent days, there have been so many assault cases that have occurred along the outer ring road in Nairobi. Motorists and passers-by are the biggest victims who have been greatly affected by crimes along this road. The main reason as to why that has been happening is due to the poor planning and poor lightings along the busy road.
Angry protesters have been engaging police officers in a running battle. The protests have been witnessed along Outering Road as one approaches Kariobangi North. According to reliable Ma3 Route news podcast, the scenes at the moment are ugly as the rioters have set one vehicle on fire as they blocked the road.
Traffic in Nairobi can be very hectic on most of the highways that lead up to the Central Business District. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. Rush hour when people are trying to get to or from work can be very hectic and hence movement is severely hampered by the traffic.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the roads to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on our roads on daily basis. Picture courtesy. Image from scene of accident. This guarantees that everyone is safe on the road as they travel from one point to the other everyday using public means.
Photo Courtesy With less than a week remaining before this year's mashujaa Day celebrations, it's no secret that Kenyans have been yearning for new heroes to celebrate. The Covid-19 Pandemic has presented them with many candidates to celebrate as heroes in form of doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners who have worked around the clock to protect Kenyans.
Motorists plying the ever busy Outering Road have this morning been left wondering where to turn to as protesting Bodaboda Operators have blocked the highway. Picture courtesy. Image from scene. The Bodaboda Operators have lit fires on the road near Naivas Supermarket and now the road users can not connect to Thika Superhighway.
Emergency service responding to the boda boda accident (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) Boda boda accidents have become more rampant that has led to bad injuries and sometimes the death of the riders and the pillion passengers. There has been a bad accident involving a boda boda rider at Kariobangi footbridge, Outering Road.
Motorists are always cautioned to be extra careful on our highways to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on a daily basis. Picture Courtesy. Image from scene. Sometimes, pedestrians need to be extra careful too and avoid some of the situations that would otherwise put them in precarious positions.
Today morning has witnessed protests in the busy Outering road near Nsivas. Youths and especially BodaBoda operators have blocked the road completely making traffic flow impossible. Huge congestion is currently being witnessed in both sides of the road. Streching from the Juja road Roundabout in the exit lanes from the area to Thika road on the other side of the road, motorists are stranded for two hours now.
|Photo Courtesy| Currently, there is an heavy traffic congestion that is being witnessed along the Outering Road. It is said that boda boda rider's have completely barricaded the road at Kiamaiko as you approach the Kariobangi North. The rider's are said to be on strike over reasons which we are yet to confirm.
Motorists are always cautioned to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents that are witnessed on a daily basis. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. It's imperative that drivers take caution and observe all traffic rules everytime so as to ensure that no harm comes to them and any other road user.
Motorists are urged to be careful on the Highways in Nairobi this evening. This is because it has been raining all evening with no signs of abating anytime soon. The MET department has even issued a statement saying that the rain will be here all week. Picture courtesy
A security guard was lynched by motorists for allegedly snatching a wallet holding Kshs5000 from a passenger in Outering Road, Nairobi County. While confirming the incident Outering Road traffic police commander Justus Oracha said the security guard snatched the wallet from his fellow passenger inside a matatu he boarded while going to his residential house in Eastleigh, when he was cornered and lynched.
Motorist's or travellers wake up for their daily normal businesess with hope's of everything working out well on the road. However, when an accident occurs, it interrupts their plans i.e some gets to work late, other's lose money, other's lose their life's as other's gets injured.
The rider is blamed for having caused a mishap and his associates are presently stoning vehicles and have impeded pieces of the bustling Thika Superhighway and a part of Outering Road. The mishap is accused on the bodaboda rider who was purportedly speeding before suddenly meandering into the following path without alert along the bustling parkway.
We have Witnessed the increase of accident in different Counties day by day in the country.Most of the accidents are csused by avoidable cases such as reckless driving, drink and driving, overlapping, overspeeding and desobeying other traffic rules and regulations. In most accident cases it is reportedly that people lose their life while others sustain serious injuries which sometimes affects their whole life.Its therefore advisable to drivers to follow traffic rules and regulations to safe their lives and other road users.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents witnessed on our roads in the recent past. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. These accidents have been the death of many a people and more have been left maimed in the hospital while nursing serious injuries.
Bevalyne Kwamboka, the viral chip seller, has finally received relief, weeks after pleading for help. Kwamboka claimed that an unknown well-wisher assisted her in securing a permanent business location and paid three months' rent. The Good Samaritan also bought her contemporary equipment and stock, according to Kwamboka.
Sad as former MP sustained grievous bodily harm in a road accident along outering Road, Nairobi County. Outering Road traffic police officer Jeremiah Kioni who confirmed the incident said the Friday afternoon accident involved a private premio and an embassava bus. According to Jeremiah, the yet to be identified former Member of Parliament was heading towards Nairobi Central Business District before the accident happened.