Uhuru orders NTSA to leave Kenyan roads

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has directed National Transport Authority Officers to stay away from roads and have police traffic take full charge of motorists on roads.

Speaking in Meru the president says the move will enhance responsibility and efficiency on the roads.

This means police traffic will from today  manage and co-ordinate traffics operations.

Uhuru further called on Kenyans to be vigilant on roads as the government strive to bring sanity in traffic department to avert the alarming accidents.

Also Read;NTSA issues stern warning to drivers ahead of Christmas

According to NTSA  latest statics, more than 120 people have died in road accidents between the month of December and January,Nakuru-Eldoret road highly affected.


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