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Transport crisis as matatu strike intensifies

03 December 2012, 13:59

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that, transport was paralysed in various areas across the country as matatu operators made good their threat to stay away from roads to protest the new traffic laws.

The tough new regulations prescribe hefty fines and jail terms for traffic offenders.

In Nairobi, commuters braved the morning drizzle to walk to work following arbitrary fare hikes by the few public service vehicles that were on the road.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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