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Commuters stranded in Nairobi

30 November 2012, 12:10

Nairobi -  The Standard reports that, hundreds of commuters in Nairobi and its environs were stranded with some spending nights in the cold of the streets of the town following paralysed public transport.

The strike called by matatu operators to protest stern new traffic rules started on Thursday and continued on Friday with most vehicles staying off the road.

With the transport paralysed there was a second challenge for motorists with a traffic snarl up along most streets and highways.

- For more details visit the Standard

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