Editor's Review

In one of the accidents, a bus rammed into female milk traders

Eight people died in two separate road accidents between Friday, December 22, and Saturday, December 23.

As confirmed by the police, the first one at Kalemngorok along the Lodwar-Kitale Higway killed four people and injured one, a woman.

A Lodwar-bound bus lost control before crashing into a group of traders at the said spot.

"Four women were killed on the spot as the bus overturned, landing on its left side. None of the passengers has serious injuries," Turkana South Sub-county Police Commander William Adenyo is quoted as having said.

A bus hit and killed women traders in Nakuru.

The injured woman was rushed to a nearby hospital and the bodies were booked into a morgue nearby.

On Friday, three others were killed by a PSV at a spot in Maili Nane along the busy Kitale-Eldoret highway when a lorry hit a bodaboda operator.

According to witnesses, the lorry driver was avoiding a pothole when he hit the rider on whose motorcycle were two passengers.

In Bomet, one person was killed and two others injured after a lorry hit a motorcyclist.