In fact, the current strict application of the traffic laws only started after 55 people lost their lives in a road accident near Fort Ternan, on the Londiani Muhoroni road, in Kericho County in October.
He said the government will continue to enforce traffic rules which include an 80kmh speed limit for PSVs and fastening of seat belts, noncompliance of which caused a drumbeat of road disasters including the death of over 56 passengers along the Londiani Muhoroni road on October 10.
The Fort Ternan accident which occurred along the Londiani Muhoroni road on October 10 stirred public anger after emerged the vehicle carried excess passengers and that it was nevertheless cleared by police officers manning road blocks.
The latest accident on Londiani Muhoroni road in Kericho County, claimed some 58 people and the pain is still too fresh in our minds.
The bus crashed at Fort Tenan along the Londiani Muhoroni road on October 10.
It has been 13 days since a Kakamega-bound bus killed more than 50 passengers at Fort Tenan in Kericho County on the Londiani Muhoroni road.
The Fort Ternan accident which occurred along the Londiani Muhoroni road on October 10 stirred public anger after emerged the vehicle involved in the accident had carried excess and that it was nevertheless cleared by police officers manning road blocks.
- Leaders gathered at the scene of the accident in intense prayers - The Londiani Muhoroni road has been feared since the accident claimed 58 lives - Church leaders however took to 'cleanse' the perceived black spot with some divine intervention A number of church leaders gathered at Fort Ternan, Kericho county in intense prayers a week after a fatal accident claimed 58 lives.