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  1. Avatar Boiyot November 2nd, 2012 at 6:01 am

    Kudos Mr President… Now the ball is on the courts of the enforcers… Either bribes will sky-rocket, or finally Kenyan drivers will get careful on the road.

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  2. Avatar peternjoroge09 November 2nd, 2012 at 7:41 am

    Thats the best news for our roads ever, you are a legend Mr. President for signing this law.credit also goes to Hon.Amos Kimunya for proposing this act. At last we will have sanity on our roads which are ranked the most dangerous in the world. Mr. Mbugua needs to know he is fighting a losing battle, Kenyans support this law wholeheartedly.

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  3. Avatar kevuke November 2nd, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    I am meant to understand that a police officer is not supposed to enter your personal car, let them use their vehicle and i’ll follow them to the police station. I heard a story of one lady who a police office pull over for overspeeding, the policeman quickly opened her door and sat at the front and asked her to drive to the police station. The lady slowly proceeded to her home, stoped at the gate and told the policeman to step out and go, with a stern face. This startled the policeman. The lady said to the policeman that you fine me for overspeeding and i sue you for trespassing

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