Nairobians Wild Reactions after Sonko’s directive on Matatu stage

Do you support this move by Sonko?

Sonko firmly stated that Public Service Vehicles (PSVs) will not be permitted in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) starting Wednesday 20 September 2017.

Here is the new schedule:

The new move elicited an array of reactions among Kenyans on Twitter with some complaining about the long distances they will have to walk to their next terminus.

Others, however, welcomed the Governor’s drastic action noting that it is well needed to clear the CBD.

At the same time, some advised Governor Sonko to consider other option that will make life bearable.

What are your thoughts about this new move?

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