Isn’t it time to stop being callous?
I can bet my one good eye that when passengers were boarding the ill-fated Eastleigh matatu that was ripped by a deafening blast at Pangani, none of them batted an eyelid at the manner in which each was freely boarding the mini-bus with their unscrutinised luggage.
I’ll also go a step further and add that they were happy about their privacy not being invaded.
But here we are, six dead. Isn’t it time we stopped being so callous with our safety?
Peter Mwaka, South B