In kenya an estimate of 3,000 die in roads annually.

Updated: November 15, 2013
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Traffic Management Reforms Committee chairman Leonard Musengi yesterday blamed motorists who flout traffic regulations for the increased road accidents. The committee was formed to look into causes of the increased road accidents and possible solutions.

Musengi said road carnage affects the country’s Gross Domestic Product. He was speaking when the committee met the public, motorists and other players at the School of Government in Embu town.

Musengi said by 2030, more than 6,000 people will be dying annually in road accidents. He said currently, an average of 3,000 Kenyans die in road accidents.

Source: allAfrica

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