Ukambani a region in Kenya comprises of three counties Makueni, Machakos and Kitui and is a home to many people living in Nairobi city . Over the years Matatus operating between Nairobi and the Ukambani region have been rendered boring and uncomfortable but one guy decided to make a change by adopting the Nairobi Matatu Culture onto a Matatu to operate between Nairobi and Makueni County and called it Smasher.
According to a post by Carrier Code King of the Road, the matatu belonging to A109 Matatu family and registered under Newlot Investment Sacco is a game changer. The matatu has cool Interior and exterior graffiti. It also has audiovisual entertainment equipment comprising of bass woofers and 3 television screens a 42" at the front and two 22" on the sides , making it the coolest Matatu in Ukambani region.
The matatu has left Kenyans talking, saying that it's a game changer and a new dawn has come for matatus operating between Nairobi and Ukambani region.
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