SHOCKING: Wrecked Fort Ternan Bus DID NOT Have NTSA Night Travel License - DAILY UPDATES

SHOCKING: Wrecked Fort Ternan Bus DID NOT Have NTSA Night Travel License

A shocking revelation indicates that the Western Express bus heading to Kakamega that rolled over and killed at least 50 Kenyans did not have a valid NTSA night travel licence. Some time back, the National Transport and Safety Authority lifted the ban on night travel but did not offer reprieve for all night travel operators. The bus, registration plate KBX 092J, was from Nairobi to Kakamega when it lost control at the Fort Ternan area in Kericho county.

A shocking revelation indicates that the Western Express bus heading to Kakamega that rolled over and killed at least 50 Kenyans did not have a valid NTSA night travel licence. Some time back, the National Transport and Safety Authority lifted the ban on night travel but did not offer reprieve for all night travel operators. The bus, registration plate KBX 092J, was from Nairobi to Kakamega when it lost control at the Fort Ternan area in Kericho county.

A quick check on the details revealed a shocking truth;

A shocking revelation indicates that the Western Express bus heading to Kakamega that rolled over and killed at least 50 Kenyans did not have a valid NTSA night travel licence. Some time back, the National Transport and Safety Authority lifted the ban on night travel but did not offer reprieve for all night travel operators. The bus, registration plate KBX 092J, was from Nairobi to Kakamega when it lost control at the Fort Ternan area in Kericho county.

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The bus did not have a valid travel licence.
So how has it been operating on Kenyan roads at night?
How did it pass all police checks in Naivasha, Nakuru, Salgaa upto Fort Ternan?

A shocking revelation indicates that the Western Express bus heading to Kakamega that rolled over and killed at least 50 Kenyans did not have a valid NTSA night travel licence. Some time back, the National Transport and Safety Authority lifted the ban on night travel but did not offer reprieve for all night travel operators. The bus, registration plate KBX 092J, was from Nairobi to Kakamega when it lost control at the Fort Ternan area in Kericho county.

May the souls of those who perished rest in eternal peace. Amen.

Toll from Fort Ternan Accident:
-32 men
-11 women
-7 children
-61 people were on board at the time
-It is a 67-seater bus
-Belongs to Western Express Sacco
-Christened Hom Boyz

Update: The number of deaths has since risen to 56

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