NTSA to conduct major crackdown starting Monday


NTSA has been blamed for runaway road accidents

By Emily Kenik

The National Transport and Safety Authority will conduct a major crackdown on un-roadworthy vehicles beginning Monday.

The authority tasked with keeping the country’s roads safe says the move has been precipitated by increased cases of road carnage that must be tamed.

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The announcement came in the wake of reports that 24 lives were lost from road accidents in a span of one week.

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During the crackdown, all categories of vehicles; private, government, commercial and PSVs, found to have flouted the traffic rules will face the law in equal measure.

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PSV Saccos and companies have also been reminded to play their key role in road safety by ensuring their drivers conform to the set regulations lest their licenses be withdrawn.

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