A Kenyan has taken to social media to ask a particular bus company to lower their current fare price from ksh1500 to ksh1000 considering that a number of Kenyans have been adversely affected by the pandemic.
In his post, the person has urged the bus company to reconsider their fare price if at all they want to retain their esteemed customers.
A section of Kenyans have also reacted to the post with some calling out the managerial team to be considerate when setting their fare price.
Those who intend to travel from Nairobi to Kisumu, Kakamega, Chavakali, Bungoma and Busia will have to pay a whooping ksh1500 as stated on the screenshot.
This comes barely hours after President Uhuru's speech on Covid-19 restrictions.
Lockdown in the five counties was lifted while bars, spas and major hotels were given the green light to resume operations. Meanwhile, let's observe the measures put in place to avert the disease as we go about our business.
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