Observe and maintain  traffic rules to avoid accidents  drivers and bodaboda riders told

Traffic commandant Samuel Kimaru addressing Matatu owners and bodaboda riders on Thursday at Kisii PHOTO/BRIGHTON MAKORI/DAILY CLOCK

As one way  of avoiding road accidents, drivers and bodaboda riders have been adviced  to strictly follow and observe traffic  rules  through  having discipline  in their various  sectors.

Addressing  Matatu owners ,Matatu saccos associations and bodaboda officials and riders from Kisii county ,police commandant Samuel Kimaru  said safety of the road remains to be the priority of all parties who need to observe traffic rules which will help in ending accidents.

He added  that police have teamed up with NTSA to come up with a proper plan in the coming December holiday with an aim of reducing road accidents.

One of the police officer helping bodaboda riders to understand some traffic rules PHOTO/BRIGHTON MAKORI

According to him during such holidays the police face so many challenges and has called upon the drivers to cooperate and work hand in hand  with the police.

The commandant also warned the boda boda riders from Kisii region to avoid  setting on fire vehicles that are involved in accidents.

He said such cases are rampant and the police should arrest those riders who are found with such acts whenever accidents occur.

He asked the matatu saccos to have proper documentations to give them easy operations.

Mr Kimaru early this week visited Kericho,Bomet and Nyamira where they have been sensitizing the drivers and riders to observe the traffic rules.


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