KFS laxity killed Mariam and Amanda

Ignorance, laxity, negligence and human errors behind their deaths.

In Summary
  • The ferries are in the worst possible state. Some are as old as 30 years.
  • From afar, one can clearly see the rust all over the ferries’ mainframe. The doors and ramps have broken down

Mariam and her daughter Amanda, who died after their car plunged into the Likoni channel from a moving ferry, did not have to die. Theirs was a needless, avoidable death. Ignorance, laxity, ...

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