The Nairobi Expressway has been on the headlines for a couple of days now after there were several accidents reported in just one month. This accidents have been attributed to reckless driving and overspending by the motorists which has caused death.
Following today's accident in Westlands Nairobi, the government has now moved to suspend all PSVs from using the expressway, in the latest report reaching the news desk, the government has also scrapped the speed limit in the expressway to 110kph. This is after reports that some motorists were overspending with some even hitting over 200kph.
The suspension comes barely a day after vocal radio presenter Caroline Muthoko questioned why matatus were using the expressway. She received a backlash from a section of kenyans but finally her words have come to pass after the government suspended psv carrying above 7 passengers.
Kenyans have since reacted to the move as seen below;
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