Kenyan automobile manufacturer BJ-50 has passed inspection by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). This after BJ-50 passed all tests and was certified fit to drive on the country's roads. This therefore gives the four-wheeler vehicles go ahead for registration as well as approval to be driven on public roads.
Sagak Tech Enterprise's Limited found in Nakuru has been approved by the Kenya Bureau of standards and the road inspection test after producing the local manufactured car's resembles tuktuk and has received both praise and criticism measures in equal rate. The Sagak's chief operating Office,Wallace Kariuki said that they will start to produce as many vehicles as possible immediatly they get the number plates to the six units acting as prototypes.
President Uhuru Kenyatta in a past meeting with cabinet secretaries: photo courtesy. Kenyans have taken to different social media platforms to react after president Uhuru Kenyatta has granted all cabinet secretaries and principal secretaries a mandatory leave. Announcing the issue, the Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua said that the cabinet will be on leave from Monday date 17th of August. The cabinet will hold it's next meeting on September 3rd after 11 day working leave. This comes days after it has been
Six units of the Laikipia-made four-wheel tuk tuk have received licence from the National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA).This means the tuk tuks that have fully been issued with number plates and logbooks can operate on public roads. The revelation was made in an inter-agency virtual meeting co-chaired by Principal Secretary State Department for Infrastructure Paul Maringa and Laikipia Governor Ndiritu Muriithi last week to assess the progress of the tuk tuks also known BJ50.