Close to 2,000 people arrested for flouting Michuki rules

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Close to 2,000 people have been arrested for not following the strict Michuki rules as stipulated by the law.

Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet says this includes passengers, matatu operators and private vehicles.

Meanwhile Cabinet Secretary for Security, Interior and National Coordination Dr Fred Matiang’i has warned matatu operators who have doubled and tripled their fares that they risk losing their operating licenses.

Matiang’i who spoke at Likoni Road today also told the operators who feel like they cannot comply with the new directive to keep their vehicles at home.

He further stated that they will not relent in their quest to implement the rules adding that the operators were given adequate time to comply.



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