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Kenyans hail Governor Sonko’s ban on PSVs accessing CBD

By Standard Reporter | Dec 3rd 2018 | 1 min read

It is not in doubt that the ban on PSV‘s from accessing the Nairobi CBD posed a great inconvenience to the city residents.

But some business people in the city centre are celebrating the move by the county leadership.

Some traders along Tom Mboya Street on Monday were overheard saying that they will now make good money following the development.

They said for a long time, they were not getting customers because most people were avoiding the street because of the matatus that parked there.

“We shall now be smiling all the way to the bank, since people with private cars can now access our premises more easily,” said one of the traders.

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