Kenyans Die in Tanzania Bus Crash
Thirteen women en route to Tanzania on a church mission have been killed after the bus they were travelling in was hit by a truck.
Tanzania: Reckless Driving Claiming Too Many Lives
Daily News, 12 August 2012
IN less than a week, about 30 people have lost their lives in grisly road accidents across the country. This is not a small number by any standard, and is thus a cause for concern. Read more »
The Star, 11 August 2012
Thirteen PCEA Thika Women's Guild died in an accident at Chelinze in Tanzania yesterday. The group of 84 women from PCEA Happy Valley were destined to go for the retreat in Uganda… Read more »
Tanzania: Twelve Kenyans Perish At Wami
Daily News, 11 August 2012
TWELVE members of a church choir from Thika in Kenya died in a grisly road accident that occurred at Makole village near Wami River in Coast Region. Read more »
Capital FM, 11 August 2012
Fifty Eight Kenyan survivors of an accident that occurred on Friday morning in Tanzania, were flown back to the country late Friday after the President directed the Air force to… Read more »
Capital FM, 10 August 2012
When Peter Ndung'u bid goodbye to his mother who was travelling on a church mission to Tanzania with a group of other women, he hoped to see her in a week's time as healthy as she… Read more »
Kenyan High Commissioner to Tanzania Mutinda Mutiso consoles one of the causalities of the bus accident.