Eleven people were killed in a car crash in Kititui this evening. Police reported that at the time of the accident, the car carrying the deceased was overcrowded and traveling at high speed.
The bodies add to the road accidents recorded between January 2022 and May 31, 2022. By the end of May this year, 1,912 people had died in road accidents, according to a recent report by the National Transport Safety Agency (NTSA). These figures show a 9% increase in accidents compared to the same period last year.
There are various causes for increased risk. From careless pedestrians, inexperienced motorcyclists, reckless drivers, and speeding cars on our roads. In all of this the suspect's finger kept pointing at the traffic officer.
These police officers are constantly stationed a few miles away on every highway and their job is to keep the roads safe, but reckless after receiving a bribe from an indifferent driver. And the opposite trend keeps many people in the original cemetery.
After passing a police checkpoint, a car crash often failed due to overcrowding. More self-examination is needed on the part of the police to determine if they are fulfilling their duties and the public expectations.
However it is wrong to blame the traffic police. A pedestrian died just below the pedestrian bridge. Passengers do not object when a passenger pushes into a loaded car and the driver runs or neglects. This will not be blamed on the police, who want a personal commitment to our will to prevent street killings.
A fraudulent driver who knows he can escape by bribing a police officer does not respect human life. If the police work hard and prosecute the missing driver, road accidents will be greatly reduced.
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