Former Kiss FM presenter Caroline Mutuko has noted that she is firm on what she believes should not be allowed on the expressway.
The media personality on Tuesday, July 5 trended on twitter following the tweet she made.
Mutoko claimed that PSVs in Nairobi were grossly indiscipline and they should be let on the expressway if their speed governors were back on.
After asking on why matatus were on the expressway she has since received mixed reactions from Kenyans on twitter.
According to netizens matatus also pay taxes, and its only fair they use the newly constructed road.
The media personality later clarified that courting trouble’, which she had previously tweeted, was about the matatu, not the passengers.
Also noting that Nairobians as a people and the matatus they drive were generally indisciplined people.
Former radio presenter, her kids and mum had gone to a local company to have the land transferred to them.
During the handover, Mutoko revealed that her grandmother didn’t own any land, her mother had several properties to her name and since.
Mutoko’s mum noted that she had acquired land over the years, and she noted that her mum was a pivotal force in her acquiring land in her 20s.
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