Several renovations have been witnessed across Nairobi with the latest being of the Green Park Bus Terminal which will be used to decongest the City.
Earlier efforts to bring out matatus and other passenger service vehicles out of the city center never worked out as matatu operators protested against that move.
However, according to K24 digital reports, the Nairobi Metropolitan Service will try to make this move a success.
Gradual removal of matatus will begin tomorrow as the Green Park Bus Terminal will start to be in service from tomorrow.
Netizens took to their time to give their opinion about this major resolution with some claiming it will be a failure.
Take a look at some reactions;
Kings Stone; Hawkers will occupy all the resting zones.
Erick Karis; They should think about the most basic issues and deal with them first; garbage and sewerage!
What are your thoughts?
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