Police have arrested the driver and conductor of a ZamZam bus that was involved in the death of a Gerald Kimondo a passenger.
Police said passenger Gerald was pushed from a moving vehicle by the two matatu operators causing his death.
The two, Naphtali Fondo and Alex Gikonyo, are in police custody waiting to be arraigned.
They face murder charges.
Investigations indicate that the same vehicle with registration KCC 021A was involved last year in a similar case along Thika Road near Safari Park Hotel where a 20-year-old Doreen Kinya was pushed out of the vehicle.
Doreen was a student at Nairobi Institute of Business Studies college.
The arrest comes weeks after a crew of a Kileleton Sacco Matatu plying the Kileleshwa-Lavington route threw a female passenger out of a moving vehicle.
28-year-old Florence Wanjiru is believed to have been thrown out of a moving bus.
According to CCTV footage seen Wanjiru is seen boarding a Matatu heading home for the night to prepare for another day at Yongli casino and restaurant located in Hurlingham.
But at dusk, her parents were called by a good Samaritan who told them that Wanjiru had been involved in a mystery accident and that she was injured severely.
“Once we got the call, we rushed to hospital to see her and she was in bad condition,” said John Chege- Wanjiru’s uncle.
Florence was later referred to Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) where she allegedly remained unattended for nearly a whole day and later succumbed to her injuries.