Its only one hour to the Curfew time. People have really struggled with this curfew time of 8 pm. Many people have found themselves in the que waiting for a matatu even at that very hour of Curfew. That is the same thing happening now in Town especially at the Afya centre and KenKom
It's few minutes to curfew but you can see a multitude of passengers who have lined up waiting for PSVs to come. The long awaited jam is mainly caused by the construction along the Mombasa road especially from Nyayo stadium.
This has really brought alit of tension to many people because the owners of these PSVs are now taking that advantage and now double the fare. As per now, passengers are only allowed to pay 100-150 shilings from Nairobi town to Langata and the same applies to those going to Kawangware.
This limit time curfew was placed by the President as away of reducing the Corona virus effect on Kenyans. But the question is..... does it really help considering that there is no social distancing on the que?? And also the matatu operaters are now using that opportunity to carry excess passengers, will that help?
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