Highway crackdown nets 29 traffic offenders
Naivasha Resident Magistrate Electa Riany and a police officer inspect a matatu during a major crackdown on defective and speeding vehicles in Gilgil along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway, Tuesday. Naivasha, Kenya: Public transport along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway was paralysed following a major crackdown on defective and speeding vehicles. The operation near Gilgil town conducted by traffic, judicial and prison officers saw motorists pull their vehicles from the busy highway for fear of arrest.
Addressing the Press, Omari said the move was part of an ongoing national road safety campaign meant to restore sanity to the country’s roads. “We have so far arrested 29 suspects, majority of them matatu drivers, for flouting various traffic rules and this operation will continue,” she said.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The StandardSimilar Stories