“I am not a hero,” said softly spoken Raymond Juma.
The bus driver was speaking after his actions saved his 47 passengers from a militant attack in the east of Kenya.
“My passengers are like my mothers, my brothers and sisters.
“I just did what anyone else would have done to save myself and those I love,” he told the BBC.
Mr Juma was driving one of the two buses, owned by the Mombasa Raha company, which were attacked by heavily armed men on 2 January on the road between the coastal towns of Mombasa and Lamu. Read more