Police arrest owner of bus that killed 56 people along Londiani – Muhoroni road

Police have arrested the owner of Western Cross Express bus that left 56 people dead in the Wednesday morning accident at Fort Ternan along the Londiani-Muhoroni road.

~ The Standard

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