Ndani ya Nganya

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Masood

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They launder money in several ways. The owner buys the matatu maybe loan free with hard cash. He then soups it up with music systems,screens behind every head rest,massive screens behind driver's cabin,rims,paintjob etc. This may cost up to Ksh. 7 million,including the price of the matatu. Then he asks his conductor and driver to deliver a certain amount per day. In Rongai it varies between 10k to 15k a day. He then banks maybe 20 or 25k a day as matatu proceeds. Multiply by a fleet of 20 matatus. You will be laundering between 100k and 300k a day.

I heard it from a certain driver and he told me he does not see how people break even with the so called Nganyas.
 

uwesmake

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#20
They launder money in several ways. The owner buys the matatu maybe loan free with hard cash. He then soups it up with music systems,screens behind every head rest,massive screens behind driver's cabin,rims,paintjob etc. This may cost up to Ksh. 7 million,including the price of the matatu. Then he asks his conductor and driver to deliver a certain amount per day. In Rongai it varies between 10k to 15k a day. He then banks maybe 20 or 25k a day as matatu proceeds. Multiply by a fleet of 20 matatus. You will be laundering between 100k and 300k a day.

I heard it from a certain driver and he told me he does not see how people break even with the so called Nganyas.

omwami umepotea sanaaa
 

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