A Kenyan on Twitter has shocked KOT after posting that its God’s grace he has survived two accidents.
In his post, one of many Kenyans on Twitter(KOT) called Bryo said he walked out alive and gives thanks.
Many Kenyans on Twitter (KoT) reacted to his post and advised him to stay indoors or else he might not see next year.
Sounds like final destination bro https://t.co/tcPDbbtu50
— lord voldermorty (@lost_fella) December 30, 2021
Bro, kaa tu home. https://t.co/V4X9lPI5ZM
— Brian Mbunde ™ (@Brianmbunde) December 30, 2021
God is trying to end you bro, that guy ain’t great 😂 https://t.co/cgtapA0gXV
— Pain Nagato (@AfrikanDionysus) December 30, 2021
Bro, just sleep.. Life does not want you.. https://t.co/qMh4tkigfJ
— Dextrous. (@mainneli_) December 30, 2021
Or He might be trying to take you out 💀 https://t.co/Jziv6dbwPW
— Spirit of Ecstasy (@ian_mulei) December 30, 2021
The number of people killed and injured in road crashes in Kenya went up by 17.3 percent December this year compared to the same period last year. According to statistics from the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) issued by Government Spokesman, Colonel (Retired) Cyrus Oguna, the total number of victims increased from 15,918 by December 16th, 2020, to the current 19,571.
Speaking during a Road Safety Awareness drive at Mau Summit Trading Center, Oguna assured Kenyans that NTSA and the National Police Service will be vigilant on all roads, undertaking enforcement activities countywide, throughout the festive season.
He indicated that the data by the road safety authority revealed that motorcyclists accounted for the highest number of those killed, with 1634 deaths, followed by pedestrians at 1477 while passengers were third at 727, with drivers coming fourth at 426.
Increased road carnage, he said, has partly been caused by crossing of roads by pedestrians at undesignated places, overloading goods and excess passengers and failure to observe traffic rules.
The number of road accidents fatalities across the country was 3,707 in 2020 compared to 4,347 by mid December 2021, the highest in five years, representing a 17.3 per cent increase.
The NTSA’s 16th, December 2021, road safety status report stated that, 4,347 people were seriously injured road up from 3,707 last year.
Some 5,631 others have so far sustained slight injuries in road carnages this year as compared to 4,696 by December 16th, last year.