In a move to decongestant the city Nairobi city boss Johnson Sakaja has now made new orders and rules for matatu from the Rift valley nd western kenya.
The decision was reached after the county government, under governor Johnson Sakaja, met Saccos and other transport stakeholders on Friday, November 18, 2022, at Charter Hall.
On November 28, the county government published the new guidelines agreed upon and signed by the Acting Nairobi county secretary, Jairus Musumba.
This move has elicited some mixed reactions across the internet with netizens airing some varied views.
Peter... I want FORWARD BUSES hizo za kuenda kayole to be kicked out of CBD they hide criminals in those buses,
Edwin... Sasa si wakisii tutapotea Nairobi juu landmark ni Afya centre
Lunani... This man makes thinking look so difficult.
Those western and rift Valley vehicles are the minority, they hardly cause any traffic....
Ruth... Sisi watu wa rift tunajua tu the green house, Afya centre... Hii ingine ati Greenpark iko wapi? Many of us will land in the rogue hands of muggers
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