Githurai bus back on the road 2-days after passenger was thrown out of the moving vehicle

Zam Zam bus KCC 021A has been allowed back on the roads only two days after its conductor was accused of throwing out a man from the bus while it was in motion.

Gerald Kamotho Wachira was allegedly thrown out of the moving Zam Zam bus by its conductor near Roysambu after a disagreement on August 2, 2019.

Kamotho succumbed to his injuries almost immediately.

The Zam Zam bus whose conductor is accused of throwing out 25 year old Gerald Kamotho.
| Photo Source: Law and Power Kenya |

The conductor of the bus escaped after the incident. However, the bus and its bus driver were arrested.

Only two days after that incident happened, the bus was back on the road. The bus driver was allegedly released on a Sh60,000 police bond.

When the Kasarani OCPD Peter Kimani was asked the reason behind the sudden release of the bus, he hinted that it had been cleared.

“The traffic procedure is that when a vehicle causes an accident, inspection is done, then it is released. But the case still goes on,” the Kasarani OCPD told Citizen TV.

Kamotho’s father is now seeking justice for his 25 year old son who is going to be buried in Karatina this week on Thursday.

This is not the first time the Zam Zam bus KCC 021A is being accused of such a crime. On June 13, 2018 a conductor of the same bus allegedly threw out Doreen Kinya Mwiti from the bus while it was in motion. The Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (NIBS) student also succumbed to her injuries.

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