The Nakuru Matatu Owners today received a good news from the county government after they were allowed to start operating from the Central Business District. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Matatu operation was suspended two years ago under the regime of the former governor Hon Lee Kinyanjui.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Matatu operation has finally started at CBD just few days after the new Nakuru governor Hon Susan Kihika visited the terminus. According to the reports, Lee Kinyanjui suspended the Matatu operation at Nakuru CBD claiming that they were bringing congestion within the city.
The suspension happened in March 2020. It is now clear that the new governor Hon Susan Kihika is going to improve Nakuru city agtet allowing the Matatu operation at the CBD. Let us maintain peace among us maintain peace among each other during this time of election.
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