James Njenga the victim of the Nairobi Expressway crash has been laid to rest on Friday at his rural home in Kiambu County.
James who was a government employee worked as a Valuer at Marsabit County and had graduated at the University of Nairobi with a degree in Real Estates.
The June 25th incident was the first major accident along the Nairobi Expressway highway at the Mlolongo toll station weeks after it was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Several vehicles were damaged during the 10pm accident that saw one of the toll station employees sustained injuries and was rushed to the hospital for treatment pending investigation into the cause of the accident.
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Leaked CCTV footage revealed one of the car approach the station at a very high speed before ramming another vehicle causing damages to other vehicles and the structure holding the station.
Stiff penalties had been set aside to whoever may cause damages along the road and at the stations with those found culpable to pay fees in excess of Ksh 1 million to carter for repairs.
Kenyans who had initially raised concerns over the toll charges have since enjoyed the experience along the expressway which has not only helped them beat the traffic but arrive at their destinations at a very short time.