He included that the drop-off and get focuses will in any case be operational, with matatus just burning through three to five minutes in picking and dropping travelers. Talking yesterday when he met previous appointee prime clergyman Musalia Mudavadi, Kidero elucidated there were 55 cases in court including open administration vehicles (PSVs) working with fake licenses. He included that out of the 30,000 PSVs in Nairobi, just 12,000 paid stopping rates and the rest were working with fake licenses.
He kept up that the main gazetted ends are Khoja (old country), Muthurwa, nation transport, Hakati, Bus Station what’s more, Railway station.
“We must be able to create stability for those running the city. The level of comfort determines how productive any business is,” said Musalia. “Yes we called off the strike. This is after Nkaissery and
Macharia assured us that a solution would be given on Friday (today) morning between them. With that assurance, we had no reason not to call off the strike. What we want is a solution,” said Matatu Welfare Association chairman Dickson Waweru.