The matatu industry has been one that is murred with a lot of hooligans that have over the years gone around to harass passengers as well as fellow road users. Picture Courtesy. Image from scene. Cases of road rage among Matatu Operators have always been on a high and it's imperative that the menace is taken care of in the country.
Cases of corruption involving the Police department have been on the rise especially with the officers deployed to control traffic on major roads within the country. On almost daily basis, motorists online always complain on police harassment especially if the car they are driving or in is flagged down.
A businessman accused assault of and damaging of properties has denied the charges. Isaac Njoroge Peter is accused of committing the offence on August 11 along Mpaka road in Westlands sub-county within Nairobi. He also denied assaulting John Njoroge thereby causing him bodily harm before Kibera resident magistrate William Tulel
A police officer has on Sunday 16th August had a very rough day. This is following a move by touts, alias 'Makangas' beating him up. If this was not enough, they dragged him on the road as they continued to beat him up. Blows, slaps, weapons as well as kicks all landed on the police office. The police officers tried to run to a nearby supermarket but could not manage to excape a whole mob. This was all in Marsabit It all started with an argument between the police officer and one tout concerning a bus ticket.
Emotions have run high on social media after a matatu conductor's video has emerged online while brutally beating a passenger over ksh 20 fare. Many have flocked at the post where they have condemned the act taken by the conductor some being left with more questions than answers. According to sources the passenger boarded the vehicles but he never had enough fare until when the Tout started to collect the money and he was asked to add extra twenty shillings which he never had. The Tout pleaded with the passenger
From rags to riches, is the only statement that can describe Oscar Sudi's journey. Oscar grew up in Eldoret town. He was born in a family of seven. We all know that tout job is not easy, traveling from here to there calling people to board your vehicle. Mark you, the vehicle was not his. He was employed and that simply means that he was maybe earning something small per day or per months. Oscar endured pangs of hunger and sweat to be where he is today. However, nowadays, his type of politics is different. He
A matatu conductor who is alleged to have touched a female cop’s breasts after she ha refused to board the matatu has been charged for the unlawful act. The suspect who is identified as Samuel Mburu was before Renee Kitagwa, the senior magistrate court where he pleaded not guilty. He is alleged to have committed the indecent act which is against section 11 of the sexual offense act. Reports indicate that the conductor allegedly touched the cop’s breast in Uthiru, Nairobi county as she waited to board a
Photos of Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi at 23 and 26 years have surfaced the internet earlier today showing he was a tout.This was after he was linked to the ongoing NHIF corruption investigations at the DCI. The mp,through twitter said that at 23 he was driving a Lexus."When I was 23 years old, I was driving a Lexus. When I was 26 years old, I bought my first Range Rover. This is my 4th Range Rover since then. Mtoto wa maskini akipata ameiba lakini wa tajiri akipata ni ya baba yake na ni yao. Wakwende
Oscar sudi mother was jobless and his father was charcoal burner who is currently referred to as sonko wa Eldoret. His son sudi who's efforts bore fruits and changed his parents life story. From a makanga to a millionaire as it is many touts engage in drugs and give up in life .They engage in criminal activities but for sudi its a different story now. The kapsaret member of Parliament started as a Tout and a cattle herder. Him being a Tout started when he began to make conducters his friends.Sudi was a friend