Mongu bound bus hits cows

Mongu bound bus hits cows

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    Arrest kachema he doesn’t know his job.that kachema he was supposed to stand on a crossing road with a red flag, kachema no bwino bwino.

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    Very sad indeed its a great loss loosing such a number of cattle at a go its unbelievable. Blaming the driver is not really a problem , we need to understand that an accident is something that happens at a time we don’t expect! How can the owner send animals for grazing without a shepherd animals don’t know anything, so the owner must be answerable.

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    Lewis Ndhlovu 2 weeks ago

    This driver needs to have his license revoked,it’s not possible that he diy see huge cows on the road.he was driving too fast in that area.

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    Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 2 weeks ago

    If UPND wins elections come august 2021 i will cut off my right testicle and donate it to CBU Medical school.

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      Buck Teeth Lungu 2 weeks ago

      Do you even have balls to cut off, you weakling?

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    Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 2 weeks ago

    information reaching me is that come august 2021 UPND is kissing the ground again.HH kuwayawayafye.Infintu ni Lungu

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      NO3RDTERM 2 weeks ago

      Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE  YOH MEAN MISINFORMATION REACHING YOU. IN ZAMBIAN HEADS LUNGU IS GONE

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    its ONLY POSSIBLE TO HAVE SUCH ACCIDENTS IN UPND STRONGHOLDS ,VERY STRANGE ,THE BRUISING DEMONSTRATES HOW WE SHALL BRUISE UPND IN AUGUST

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      NO3RDTERM 2 weeks ago

      Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE YOU MIGHT AS WELL DO IT NOW TO AVOID THE INEVITABLE PAIN LATER

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      NO3RDTERM 2 weeks ago

      ANYOKO YOU ARE RIGHT. UPND PROVIDE THE BEEF YOU ENJOY DAILY. IN NORTHERN WHERE I CONE  FROM WE DONT EVEN HAVE CHICKENS

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    Victor Syatyoka 3 weeks ago

    bakamuloya fela

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    Maj juju 1 3 weeks ago

    The driver was correct to hit the animals than to swive and kill people.
    The law is very clear, all domestic animals must be secured. The owner of the animals willl be charged for failure to secure domestic animals.

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      Chosen 2 weeks ago

      Thumbs up to the driver! It was prudent to kill the animals instead of putting the passengers in danger. Good judgment.
      Fence off those animals please.
      I wonder why one fellow here says driver should be jailed…eisshhh!!

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    Pf will blame hh for the cows

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    Steve 3 weeks ago

    I remember Chiluba’s government tried to make it illegal to have animals on roads. Not sure what became of that law. But there are certain grades of roads such as highways where it may not always be possible to slowdown even if you are traveling at 100-120km/h. Grade B or gravel roads maybe possible but not motorways or highways. As cars increase on our roads, we need to move with times and not allow grazing by roadsides for instance. If it’s a animal crossing point, appropriate signage must be posted. This is just a tragic accident and I’m not sure we should vilify the driver so quickly. Communities who keep animals also need road safety education through local structures like chiefdoms.

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    Kamms 3 weeks ago

    Careless and dangerous driver who should be banned from driving or retested. Highway code states that anyone riding / driving an animal has the right of way. He should have slowed down and give way surely he has more brains than an animal. For him to injure so many means he was speeding. He could have injured his passengers. Hope he was not under the influence of something. Reckless, needs to learn rules of the road to prevent loos of life.

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    Buck Teeth Lungu 3 weeks ago

    Completely irresponsible driver. One should always slow down near animals and children. This bus driver must be a northerner who hates kachemas and their cows. Please travelers do not use this bus company ever! Let’s boycott it.

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      BTL I wish we Zambians could reach that type of civilization of boycotting certain services. We would do the same with the locals that pick passengers right on the road in Lusaka.

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    3rdworld 3 weeks ago

    Would have been a tragic outcome if it were a smaller motor vehicle. What are animals doing on a major national highway without a kachema? I hope the owner of the animals managed to sell the meat to cover his losses. Sad.