Kenyans commemorate 3000 killed in accidents

January 18, 2015 6:39 am
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The government is grappling with effects of road accidents which claim up to 3000 people annually across the country. Photo/FILE.
The government is grappling with effects of road accidents which claim lives of up to 3000 people annually across the country. Photo/FILE.
NAIROBI, Kenya Jan 18 – Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau will this morning lead Kenyans in commemorating some 3000 people killed in road accidents last year.

The ceremony at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre and dubbed ‘311’ will culminate in an interdenominational prayer service to be attended by key stakeholders in the public transport sector.

There will be a candle lighting session in the event which will also be attended by family members of the victims.

The government is grappling with effects of road accidents which claim up to 3000 people annually across the country.

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