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  1. Ki Mtu October 31st, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    It is about time that changes are felt and not just suggested because if people can graduate from matatu conductors to bus drivers without any form of evident training and put many lives at risk it just has to stop.

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  2. Kihara October 31st, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Dont Blame Samuel Kiumru. Get to the bottem of the cause and train the Driving instructors.They are the ones who let unworthy drivers get onto the road. How much to pass proper driving test?? How much bribe to pass, this is the question you should ask yourself..Cars lorries motorbikes tuk tuks all need to know the rules of the road whatever country they drive in..Here its he who dares wins!!.OR sometimes looses..to the detriment of other law abiding drivers..

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  3. Francis October 31st, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    Mutua, perhaps in your new role as clown in chief you have forgotten that every court room in Kenya is jammed by your members representing their “murdering clients” against police and challenging arrests/rule enforcement by mr. Kimaru. It is you and not Kimaru who should resign.Your arguments/approach to issues of national importance is so juvenile that one wonders how much education you have apart from cramming a few books.It is education and not Kimaru that will end the carnage.The average Kenyan driver is nothing than a moron who thinks driving is the greatest thing that man can ever do.They have no respect for their fellow men since they have “arrived” it is insane.Public service operators/drivers and makangas need serious education.Most are drug addicts who have no respect for others.For them it is money/booze/women/nyama choma -that is all .Police have tried their best but mutua and his group are all so eager to make a buck from the deaths by representing the killers and ambulance chasing to benefit from insurance payments.That is what mutua should address-but he is a pin-head and cannot think beyond his nose. Kimaru does not drive your matatu-your children/fathers do. LSK needs to invest in education and not cheap political talk. You hear better ideas from our mothers “chamas” than from the organization lead by one mutua. What a waste of money educating these fellows.

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  4. wachira October 31st, 2013 at 5:30 pm

    I think the problem isn’t kimaru or the police ,the problem is us the kenyans even if the traffic commandant will be from USA the problem will continue if we doesent became responsible all of us when using the raod. wachiraNIBS

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