Driving Schools vow to enhance training for motorbike riders on road safety

Driving Schools Owners in Nakuru have called on Motorbike Bodaboda operators to ensure they adhere to traffic rules in order to reduce road accidents. Speaking on Monday during a meeting with Motorbike riders in Flamingo Ward, Nakuru East Sub County, the Driving Schools Owners from Budget, Umoja and Enjoy Driving schools said in the recent past motorbike operators have largely contributed to numerous road accidents. They said they are committed as instructors in ensuring road safety through enhanced training hence calling on other stakeholders to collaborate in bringing sanity on…

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NTSA partners with traffic to offer road safety sensitization

The Traffic department has partnered with National Transport and Safety Authority-NTSA to sensitize road users on the need to maintain road safety. Addressing media in Nakuru on Tuesday after a similar meeting with stakeholders in the transport industry Commissioner at the Kenya Police Headquarters Mary Omari said the move is aimed at ensuring reduced road carnage. Commissioner Omari noted that there has been a reduced road accidents this year compared to last year, but this will not deter them from holding such sensitization forums for road users. This even as…

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Hero Radio’s Kate Vobic leads in Road Safety campaign

Nakuru’s radio queen and road safety ambassador, Kate Vobic, today led a delegation to Stem, Nakuru East for a road safety awareness campaign. In a bid to cub out the increase in road accident cases, Nakuru’s traffic police department in conjunction with Kate Vobic, a presenter with Hero Radio, has organized a series of road safety sensitization campaigns in different parts of Nakuru. Present during today’s event was Nakuru East MP Hon. David Gikaria who called upon Bodaboda riders to observe the laid rules and regulations governing road usage in…

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