Why there will be no public transport in Nairobi as the city grinds to a halt on Wednesday

Motorists to park their vehicles in the middle of the road and walk away

Motorists have been directed to park their vehicles in the middle of the road and walk away with other pedestrians in protest.

Kenya Motorists Association confirmed that plans are in top gear to bring Nairobi to a standstill like has never been seen before.

The association has directed that the protest will take place for 3 hours from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM and will coincide with the typical Nairobi morning rush-hour.

This will inconvenience millions of Nairobi residents and the association hopes it will compel the government to do away with the 6% VAT that will be levied of fuel beginning 01 September 2018.

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