Usiku Sacco: Mother of all strikes loading

Are you for or Against Matiangis copy pasted Michuki rules?

  • NO,

    Votes: 8 21.6%
  • YES

    Votes: 14 37.8%
  • Hainihusu

    Votes: 4 10.8%
  • Sanity on our rds

    Votes: 11 29.7%

  • Total voters
    37
#61
Matatu Operators Association calls for a massive nationwide strike beginning Monday.
lets bet
70% of Kenyans live from hand to mouth, hii strike itakaa siku ngapi?
Michuki 'rules' from the grave.

Matiangi pia yeye ni moto wa kuotea mbali, what is Matatu Association whatever so afraid of? Hii ujinga lazima ikome.
 

Kimakia

Village Elder
#68
@admin hats kama in kunukisha kitunguu saumu...hapa umenichanganya kweli....haisuru View attachment 207497
Why do you want to know about my male.secrecy...

On Michuki rules,this is where media need to engage those matatu thugs asking them why they dont want to follow rules.Expose them as villains,as the cause of the high handedness in the industry,Till wakunje mikia.
Sijui mbona siku hizi govt inatishwa na ochunglu namna hivi
 

Kimakia

Village Elder
#69
Kuna ufala Matiang'i anafanya. How is paint on the body of the minibus increasing road accidents? Hapa Matiang'i anatubeba ufala. Tena in this tough economy anataka those artists who paint waende wapi?
Aweke sheria zina make sense (most of them do) lakini si urazi. Don't kill jobs
Kwani hawa painters wanajua ku paint matatu pekeee,how irk.
 

Kimakia

Village Elder
#75
Even if that is all that they know how to do why destroy their source of income? Part of the Big 4 agenda is manufacturing and painting matatu is manufacturing.
People need to be creative,that is not all they can do,there is lot they can venture into including painting on the matatus unsatanically
 

Yunomi

Village Elder
#76
People need to be creative,that is not all they can do,there is lot they can venture into including painting on the matatus unsatanically
I am not familiar with that word I quoted in bold.
I don't know which country you live in but Kenya has very few economic opportunities.
Daily Nation article
Kenya has been ranked eighth globally and sixth in Africa among countries with the largest number of people living in extreme poverty, according to the World Poverty Clock report.
The report says that 29 per cent (14.7 million) of the 49,684,304 people are very poor as they consume less than $1.90 (Sh197) per day or Sh5,910 monthly.
With a poverty escape rate of 0.5 people per minute, the drive to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is at risk.
 
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