"Nilimkataza" Witness Says What Driver Did Before Bus, Full Choir Members Capsize Into A River[VIDEO)
Photo courtesy Cases of road accidents here in Kenya have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different regions. Most 9f these road accidents are spearheading due to certain factors which are associated with human errors, these includes reckless driving, Overspeeding, overlapping carelessly, driving while drunk etc.
The government has issued a travel advisory for road safety for Kenyans traveling across the country for the festive season. Commuters should be aware of what to look for in the cars they book or board, according to government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna, during a meeting with Matatu Owners Association delegates and other stakeholders on Friday, December 3.
A 71-year-old man has been sentenced to twenty years in jail after he was found guilty of transporting khat (Miraa) into the neighbouring country of Tanzania. The man identified as Paul Malya is regarded as the oldest person who has been sentenced for the mistake of illegally transporting Miraa into Tanzania.
For those planning to travel to various locations during the holiday season, the government has issued an advisory. During a meeting with Matatu Owners Association delegates and other stakeholders on Friday, December 3, government spokesperson Col (Rtd) Cyrus Oguna issued a travel advisory to commuters on what to look for in the vehicles they book or board. The government and matatu owners came to an agreement at the meeting to ensure efficiency and safety during the festive season, which has always been marked
2 People Killed On The Spot & Others Injured After Another Grisly Road Accident At Popular Blackspot
Photo Courtesy. The number of reported road accidents in the country have soared high over the last few months with many Kenyans losing their lives on the roads. According to data from the ministry of transport through NTSA, over 1600 people have lost their lives through road accidents since the turn of the year alone.
Matatu owners association through their chairperson Simon Kimutai,has issued a statement in response to health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe's directives. Matatu owners chairperson Simon Kimutai further told health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe that their businesses were private enterprises and that they should not be subjected to such government measures.
Aki Wakenya Nyinyi, See The Type Of Bicycle That Was Spotted In Nairobi That Has Left People Talking
The transport industry has greatly developed in this century. Today, most people move from one place to another by different means of transport: road, air or water. Road transport has also developed from different modes of transport from busses,cars, bicycles. Bicycles have greatly improved with modern ones being invented
On Monday, November 22, government officials associated with President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga skipped a high-level intergovernmental meeting chaired by Deputy President William Ruto. Ruto presided over the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC), which included Cabinet Secretaries, the Council of Governors Finance and Budget Committee, and other devolved system players, at his official residence in Karen, Nairobi.
Why Kenyans Are Not Happy With The Newly Opened Underpass Connecting Westlands To Thika Superhighway
Just few days after Kenya National Highways Authority opened the underpass connecting Westlands to Thika Superhighway,Kenyans think it is discriminative and only takes care of the motorists. Pedestrians and cyclists were not factored in during the design. "Dear @KeNHA Kenya,designing streets solely for automobiles is based on obsolete thinking and driven by archaic Engineering concepts.
The government of Kenya was alerted on high imposition of traveling transport by the Kenya Bus service even after regulations of Covid-19 protocols which only enabled the carrying of half the usual number of passengers in the bus. Following this, the government through managing director addressed all bus users to reduce the transport to normal.
The public transportation sector in kenya is loved by many businessmen because it is very profitable. If you are interested in joining this sector, then the first thing you need to acquire is a vehicle. There are very many different vehicles that you can easily use for public transportation in Kenya.
Photo courtesy Cases of road accidents here in Kenya and other parts of the world have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day. Most of these road accidents are spearheading due to certain factors that are associated by human beings errors which includes drinking and driving, Overspeeding, overlapping carelessly, overloading among others.
Photo courtesy Road accidents in Kenya have been reportedly increasing day by day across different counties. For the past few months cases of road accidents have been overwhelming and many Kenyans have reportedly lost their lives out of this road accidents. Most of these tragic road accidents are spearheading due to human errors that are associated with ignoring road safety measures. The government through the Ministry of Transport has issued safety measures to Kenyans that includes, wearing of safety belts
It may surprise you that no bodabodas are allowed in the posh Muthaiga Estate in Nairobi. The resident's association only allows corporate delivery riders. At Muthaiga Road/Kiambu Road junction just outside Oil Libya Plaza, there is a 24 hour police roadblock to arrest any bodabodas entering or leaving that estate. Domestic employees are feried only by a group of accredited boda boda riders who have access to the estate. They usually carry them to their employer's addresses and commuters connecting between Thika
Speaking during a rally in the county on Saturday, October 9, the lawmakers questioned the rationale behind the agencies decision before reintroducing the directive. The traders, who include The Kenya Transport Association (KTA), further argued that the move was counterproductive and would affect the economy.
The Kenya Railways Corporation has proceeded to seep as it persists in loss-making territory for yet another year. According to data from the Consolidated National Government Investment Report enclosing the 2020/21 financial year, the railway operator reserved an intact loss of Ksh.24 billion. Super screenshot. The loss by KRC was massive among State Corporations in the time that also saw the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) post a Ksh.7.1 billion net loss.
Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro on Friday, November 26- dismissed Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Raila Odinga’s assist in Mount Kenya area. In a declaration moments after a assembly among Odinga and the commercial enterprise community and kids in Nyeri, Nyoro stated that Odinga had transported people from Luo Nyanza in buses so one can convince the u .
Yesterday the Matatu Owners Association Chairman Simon Kimutai during an interview vowed to defy the directives requiring matatu operators to produce proof of vaccination terming them unrealistic.He added that the Kagwe led Ministry had made the decision without consulting the stakeholders in the matatu industry. The chairman accused the government of trying to use the public sector transport to achieve its set vaccination target.further stating that they are yet to receive an official communication from the
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday evening travelled to South Africa for a working state visit that will last for 3 days. Uhuru's presidential jet landed on the Waterkloof airforce base in Pretoria and was received by senior south African government officials. On Monday, uhuru met his host and counterpart, president Ramaphosa and they engaged on bilateral talks.
The deputy president William Samoei Ruto is making a third day tour in Mt. Kenya and today he visited traders at Kagaeni, Mikinduri and Maua Town in Meru County assisting traders. He also interacted with many people in the place. Talking about improving the transport sector he promised to support several Matatu saccos across the country and holding the Digital Sacco Banner with writing of Matatu destination he said that his government will set aside millions of cash to support the transport sector.