Nairobi has been in shambles but with governor Johnstone Sakaja, we all can be assured about positive progress. It all started with cleanliness and he ordered that anyone seen dumping dirt in the central business district should be brought to him and the fine will be shared between the reporter and the government. He moved to security which is still a matter of concern and he added more police officers to arrest anyone committing crimes. Furthermore, he performs patrol in the CBD while mingling with people without discrimination. Today, he has just delivered some good news to parents and most especially students who have to use public service vehicles just so that they can reach to school. Sakaja announced that from Monday, any student who has to board a car in town to school will not be required to use fare anymore since the transportation will free. He ordered all public service cars to ensure no child pays fare because it has come to our attention that some pupils miss school due to lack of fare. About paying the car owners, Sakaja hasn't mentioned yet but everything is in talks. Source Instagram.
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