The Star (Nairobi)

24 December 2012

Kenya: Traffic Boss Issues Hotline Number to Report Offences

Ten people lost their lives in road accidents despite the enforcement of new traffic rules. ( Resource: Ten Die In Road Accident In Kenya

727 passengers have died as a result of accidents since January. Traffic Commandant Ben Kibui is encouraging you speak out and save lives by reporting any traffic offense through your phone while aboard a vehicle to the traffic headquarters for assistance. The hotline number is 020 260 3814.

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