Car inspection exercise leaves commuters stranded
04 January 2013, 13:18
Hundreds of commuters in Nakuru town found themselves stranded on Friday
morning in various stage terminals following a heavy car inspection
that was carried out by the police in the morning.
According to the passengers who spoke to the media, they have been waiting for matatus for the last four hours.
Some of them said they
were traveling back to their homes before schools reopen on Monday.
of the commuters were forced to cut short their journeys and head back
home until the matatus resume with work.
They said what the government is
doing was right although the inspection should have started earlier.
The car inspection in Nakuru town comes a day after Nakuru PPO John
Binjiwa announced that the police in the area will be embarking on
intensive car inspection to remove all unworthy vehicles from the roads.
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