The family of a woman, who died in the Fort Ternan accident on October 10 last year, is asking for financial assistance.
But in mid-January 2019, the family of Susan Ludenyi, 32, who hailed from Sivalu village in Vihiga Constituency learnt that their daughter was among the more than 55 people who lost their lives in the Fort Ternan road crash on October 10, 2018 involving the Homeboyz bus.
- Susan Lodenyi left Vihiga county to visit her friend in Nairobi - She set to return home onboard the ill-fated bus that claimed 58 lives - Lodenyi's friend called her mother in mid January 2019 to find out if she arrived safely - She was informed Lodenyi had never been seen, the mother confirmed she died in the accident A family from Isabalu village in Vihiga county is yet to come to terms with the demise of their daughter who died in the grisly Fort Ternan Homeboyz bus crash which claimed 58 lives in October 2018.
The crackdown, including implementation of the so-called Michuki Rules, was launched after yet another horror bus accident that killed 58 people at Fort Ternan, Kericho County.
Five bodies of victims of the Fort Ternan bus crash which occurred on October 10, 2018 are yet to be collected by relatives.