Kamakis Accident, Updates Regarding Kamakis Tuktuk Accident

Kamakis Accident

Several bystanders can be heard in the video accusing the driver of ramming into a matatu, resulting in the deaths, while driving under the influence. The collision happened on the Eastern Bypass near Kamakis in Nairobi County. It also revealed that one of the vehicles involved in the incident had turned upside down, leaving the front end of the 14-seater matatu in the wreckage. According to reports, an 11-year-old child was among those killed.

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Kamakis Accident Today

According to witnesses, the Prado also hit two bystanders near the accident scene before stopping next to a car wash. Kenyans later expressed their outrage at the driver, who was later arrested and called for stricter anti-drunk driving laws. Some advocated for more road bumps, while others demanded that individuals who cause death while drunk driving be treated as murderers. 

“I have repeatedly said Kamakis bypass needs bumps and underpass otherwise, how the turns are designed is a death trap the contractor is almost leaving the site,” argued Gideon.

“It’s time Government closes down some naughty Club joints in Kamakis This Prado guy escaped death but killed six in a tuk-tuk when he hit it from behind,” added Kiarie Kenneth.

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Kamakis Tuktuk Accident

According to Police Spokesperson Bruno Shioso, the police have launched an investigation into the incident, while the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has also launched an investigation. According to a September NTSA report, over 3,000 reported fatalities on Kenyan roads have occurred since January 2022. To combat the high number of accidents in Kenya, the NTSA decided to implement the Integrated Transport Management System (ITMS) in June. According to the safety body, the system would assist police officers in gathering information about traffic violations and taking appropriate action.

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