Passenger bus kills two bodaboda passengers in road accident

Kajiado News Update

Kajiado News Update

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Two people died in Kajiado road accident on Wednesday when a Tanzanian passenger bus hit a bodaboda they were riding on.

The 7 pm accident occurred along Mandela area on the road between Namanga and Kajiado town.

The police said the motorbike, which had three passengers and a rider was heading to Kajiado town, while the Tanzanian Tahmeed Bus was moving in the Namanga direction.

Kajiado Central Sub County police commander, Issa Muhamud, said the bus hit the motorbike from the side and caused it to fall on the road.

“Two of the passengers, who no helmet, injured their heads and were pronounced dead on arrival at the Kajiado County Referral Hospital. The rider and one other passenger survived with serious injuries,” said Muhamud.

The driver of the bus was arrested and locked at Kajiado police station, while the bus was confiscated by the police for investigation purposes.

Muhamud said the driver would be arraigned in court on Thursday

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