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Commuters furious as Umoja matatu plays ‘Illuminati music’ on their way to town

THE NAIROBIAN
By By PKEMOI NGENOH | October 4th 2013

By PKEMOI NGENOH

Passengers aboard a city matatu were shocked after it played ‘illuminati music’.

Shocked commuters listened as the music with lyrics praising the secret society played. But some were visibly furious and were soon to express their anger to the conductor.

“It’s not good to play ‘illuminati’ songs in the bus. This can lead to an accident. They should play gospel music instead,” said a passenger in the Umoja-bound bus.

Another passenger while alighting on Mfangano Street: “I will never board this bus again. Why are they playing such music in a PSV. They could be hiding something,” he said.

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