Kenyan roads are taking lives every single day with most of the cases going without getting media coverage.
According to Kenyans on Twitter, most of Kenyans roads are haunted by ghosts that confuse drivers hence tragic accidents.
Are these stories about ghosts causing accident on Kenyan Roads true ama ni story za jaba?
The Standard once shared a video of a withness of a tragic road crash saying that they saw ghosts!
“We witness a lot of bizarre things on this highway, especially at night. Images resembling human beings emerge from nowhere and stand right in the middle of the road. I have enough experience. I can be able to differentiate between a ghost and human beings”
Some of the places prone to accidents are Salgaa, Sachang’wan and Salama, Manyani and Voi area along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway.
Here are the reactions from KoT.
It's not ghosts it's you who is fatigued at that moment. You can even see a person riding a bike full of bread or egg crates. It's fatigue stop at the next safe place and rest for about an hour it saves your life.
— It's Real you don't know (@itsNotmetoday44) January 2, 2022
The "ghosts" of sachang'wan & Salgaa were exorcized using a simple engineering solution.
The other demons could be avoided as well if folks don't drink & drive & adhering to simple traffic laws!@Ma3Route
— Krystal (@cryztol) January 3, 2022
Kwanza kuna ingine niliona Limuru Rd at 2.30am…uuuwi ilikua inatembea na mikono na muguu juu, hivi, ona, hivi, na ikikua naked na nywele mrefu inaenda ikifagia barabara na ilikua na horn, nikarudi hadi ngara nikatumia thika Rd, kiambu Rd nikaingia Runda
— Ni this year (@Paul51926259) January 2, 2022
This at first seems intelligent; that everything has a scientific explanation. Kudos
But on deeper analysis, you display alot of ignorance about critical functions of the universe when basing your responses in science only.
— #kihara (@nguyaikihara) January 2, 2022
Kuna time nimedrive ma saa nane, Kisha owl ikawika suddenly headlights zikazimika sema kuingiza😬 Good thing nilitamka "Blood of Jesus" lights zikarudi na a white pigeon ikafly ikasettle kwa bonnet
— patriotickenyan (@Logonaut2) January 2, 2022
Yesterday, eight Kenyans perished in yet another tragic accident after a Nairobi-bound 2NK matatu rammed into a stalled truck along Webuye-Eldoret road.
Last week, five people died after their car drove off the road and hit a tree in Mau Sammit.
At least 3,900 people have died on Kenyan roads due to accidents from January up to November 16, 2021, compared to 3,200 deaths in the same period last year, representing a 16 per cent increase.