Among the reasons why the former governor removed the public service vehicles was to reduce congestion in CBD and provide space for development, and under his leadership Nakuru received city status.
And now, the current administration, which is being led by governor Susan Kihika, has allowed the matatus to return to the CBD after they reached an agreement with the matatu owners in order to alleviate the hardships the operators and customers experience.
Kenyans online have sparked mixed reactions, most of them disagreeing with the decision made by the Nakuru county government.
“It is unfortunate for us residents of Nakuru. We need to be very vigilance now because of insecurity, it is a return of robbers,” a comment read.
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