What they say : Road safety

Road safety refers to your security when you are using the road. The person using the road should be careful before crossing it.” Benazil Gihozo, 11, Camp Kigali School, P.5. “To use the road you must observe all the road sign posts in order to be safe. For instance, when crossing the road one has to be very careful.”  Gisa Murenzi, 15, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

Road safety refers to your security when you are using the road. The person using the road should be careful before crossing it.”

Benazil Gihozo, 11, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“To use the road you must observe all the road sign posts in order to be safe. For instance, when crossing the road one has to be very careful.” 

Gisa Murenzi, 15, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“Before you cross the road you are advised to look to the left and to the right, then cross.” 

Paula Mugabekazi, 12, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“In places where there are no traffic lights, traffic police should be there to help school children cross; especially in the morning, lunch time and evening when they are returning home.”

Deo Brian, 13, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“When everyone is crossing the road, they should  first look around to see whether there are some children and elderly people who can’t cross single handedly so that they may be assisted.”

Farah Gafaranga, 12, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“Pedestrians should always use the pavements, instead of the road in order to avoid being hit by speeding cars.”

Christian Ishimwe, 11, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

“There are some drivers who don’t care about the rights of the pedestrian, so I advise them to follow road signs especially to respect the zebra crossing.” 

Yves Kayitaba, 11, Camp Kigali School, P.5.

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