The Matatu culture is just unique in its own way. It describes the “real lifestyle” of a typical Kenyan, but when someone rushes to court to have all matatus look the same, it pisses me off. What will Kenyans identify themselves with? Spare us, priss!
The matatu culture has created a lot of employment opportunities for the youth, touts, drivers, managers and even artists who design these matatus. Their graffiti work speaks for itself.
This has proven that the matatu industry is doing so well as each and every day, there is a new matatu unveiled. Well, there is this nicely pimped matatu plying the Rongai route that everyone wants to board. It is one of a kind. The music, the seats and the graffiti are just amazing! Not forgetting the kind and humble crew.
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