Earlier today, President Uhuru Kenyatta went to inspect the Green Park Bus terminus in the company of Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and other stakeholders. Amber Ray's boyfriend Jamal Roho Safi was among those who were invited when the head of state took a tour of the state of the art bus terminus, a project started by NMS to decongest the city.
Jamal had the opportunity to speak to the President on the sidelines as he was touring the bus park. The youthful businessman, who is the Chairman of Matatu Operators in Nairobi, revealed that he highlighted the plight of PSV service providers in the city to the President.
The President promised that he will schedule a meeting with the stakeholders in the matatu business next week to see the way forward.
"Launching of Greenpark terminal early today. Talking to the president, highlighting the need for moratorium solution to address the plight of the psv service providers. This led to the president scheduling a meeting with the association to seek a way forward next week, " he posted on his social platforms.
Here's a photo of Jamal having a meaningful engagement with the President.
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