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Matatu strike halted as group engages Govt

30 November 2012, 13:19

Nairobi - The Standard reports that, Matatu Welfare Association (MWA) has called off the public service vehicle strike after holding talks with Transport PS on possible review of contentious new traffic laws.

MWA chairman Dickson Mbugua told a press conference he had met with transport permanent secretary Cyrus Njiru to plead for amendments of disputed sections and there was a pledge to change the laws.

He urged all operators to go back to business as they engage the government in talks for review of the new laws.

- For more details visit the Standard

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