Transzoia governor George Natembeya, has been critisized over his new rules in the Matatu industry barely a month after winning the elections to become the second governor of the cosmopolitan County.
Transzoia governor George Natembeya in his office. Photo credits: Courtesy.
Matatu operators and touts drawn from the Kitale bus park, have demonstrated the changes the governor is trying to impose arguing that he should keep off the affairs of the Matatu's.
They have protested the removal of their director's offices which were situated within the bus park and the introduction of mandatory uniform for all those dealing with the Matatu business.
The insisted that the operations remain in the hands of the stakeholders and not the county government which intends to keep fining them. They reminded the governor that the industry consists of individuals with experience some who joined the sector while still youths and have now become old.
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