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kabianga University student set to graduate dies


A fourth year student at kabianga University by the name rosemary kemunto form kisii county, bobasi who was set to graduate this year has died in road accident while on academic trip.

Rosemary who was a biology mathematics teacher died along thika road on their way to mombasa for a 5 day trip.

Rosemary mother has confirmed the news and termed the loss unfortunate as she hoped she will graduate this year so that she will find job to help the family.

Her mother said she has her siblings who are join university this year but doesn’t have means as she only does menial jobs

From January 1 to April 1, 2024, some 7,198 people in Kenya have been involved in road accidents, marking an increase of 1,908 compared with a similar period in 2023. Among the accident-related fatalities, pedestrians lead with more than 430 deaths recorded between January 1 and April 1, 2024.

Distracted driving consistently ranks at the top of the list of most common causes of fatal and nonfatal car accidents in the kenya. Cell phone use is the most commonly cited form of distracted driving, despite the state’s ban on the use of cell phones while driving without the use of a hands-free device

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