After curbing examination cheating while at the Ministry of Education, Dr. Fred Matiang’i currently the minister for Interior has done it again hitting headlines nationally and internationally.
On Monday the man of his words managed to clear all vehicles that dint comply with the Michuki Rules from Kenyan roads others going into hiding to avoid arrest and penalties.
This is what the Kisii Community has said about Matiang’i their Son.
Anthony Kibagendi The Interior CS Dr.Matiangi is doing a good job on this particular one,it may be inconveniencing presently,but it will be exciting in afew weeks,change is hard at first,challenging in the middle, but exciting at the end…..
Fred Siro Matiangi is wise,he has a solution to every problem.Long live our son.Richumaaa.
Don Bosco Gichana Matiangi are you aware that wanjiku is suffering from those transport rules. Fares have skyrocketed pinching wanjiku hard. Look for a better way of dealing with the transport menace.
Nyakundi James Matiang’i is the only standing leader in the present Kenya, who is working and intelligent enough to safe our Country. Those who walk and drive in Kenyan Cities and towns, absolutely agree that boda boda is the worst thing to encounter in our roads and streets. The riders operate like a mafia gang and have taken over the roads and streets with impunity. They have shut off the roads from those who walk and drive. It is total madness that needs urgent attention.
Joseck Gichaba Nyantino DR MATIANG’I…Drain that swamp of matatu madness! The quintessential matatu driver and his crew are temperamental ,rude and shockingly impolite! Their minds are sometimes as dark as the backstreet alleys from where they fraudulently acquire their driving licences! They bully everyone…it’s like they operate in another realm of existence…nothing excites matatu fellows like chaos and are never comfortable when traffic is flowing smoothly.
Hen Onyancha The Police force, plz don’t let CS Matiangi down.Say no to corruption. Don’t take the advantage of Michuki rules to collect bribes. We anticipate for sobriety on the road transport system just like Uganda and Rwanda.We don’t want to see touts manhandling women and the weak on our roads.Remember letting Matiangi down on this, is betraying our nation.