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Uhuru Blames Road Officials Over Naivasha Accident


uhuruPresident Uhuru Kenyatta has warned the ministry of transport and Kenya National Highways Authority (Kenha) against setting up road bumps without proper signage.

While addressing the nation during the 53rd Jamhuri Day Celebrations, Uhuru called on Kenha(the ministry) to take up responsibility for failing to erect clear sign posts on bumps along Kenyan roads.

“The responsible organisations cannot go setting up bumps without proper signage because this puts lives of everyone using the roads in danger,” he stated.

He also urged Kenyans to be more careful during this festive season.

Meanwhile Relatives of people who perished in the Naivasha tragedy are calling on the government to help finance burial costs.

Paul Wathiru a brother to David Muturi and uncle to Evelyn Wambui, and Marian Njoki, says they were travelling home after attending their cousin’s dowry negotiations in Subukia when the accident happened.