The Nairobi governor Hon Johnson Sakaja today has revealed that he will not ban music in matatus. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Nairobi governor Hon Johnson Sakaja said that the music in Nairobi Matatus is a culture which will not be stopped as it attracts customers.
The Nairobi city is among the top places in East Africa which has alot of population who uses matatus as a means of transport. Many matatus in Nairobi county always have loud music as away of entertaining and attracting customers. It is a good news to all Matatu owners as they will continue with their music as usual.
Despite that, the Nairobi governor Hon Johnson Sakaja has urged the Matatu drivers to follow all rules and regulations so that to avoid accident which might lead to lose of lives. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of World Cup Matches.
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