Kenyans stranded as matatus keep off roads in fear of arrests, fines amid crackdown News ☛ Kenyans heading to work were on Monday, November 12, stranded at bus stations across the country as public service vehicles (PSVs) kept off the roads amid crackdown on motorists who had not complied with the Michuki Rules.

Michuki Rules: Kenya back to square one

Fourteen years after the success of the famous ‘Michuki Rules’ in 2004, implementation has become so lax and accidents so rampant that the country is hitting the reset button. The laws were introduced by the no-nonsense Transport minister John Michuki, hence the moniker ‘Michuki Rules’. Enforcement was both brutal and reprieving, bringing order to the public transport sector for the first time in Kenya’s history.

Prepare to walk to work, matatus' union says

Police officers have been deployed to seize road unworthy vehicles.

Vehicle owners threaten to go on strike as Matiang'i maintains firm stance on bid to restore sanity in public transport sector.

Haji warns of mass arrests in ‘Michuki rules’ impasse

Matatu Strike Still On As Government Tightens Belt On Crackdown -

A major showdown looms on Monday as public service vehicles (PSV) have declared that the matatu strike is still on, as government begins impl

Who will blink first as city matatus prepare for Monday strike?

Matatu crackdown to go on despite strike notice-CS Matiangi – Local –

New development on matatu strike and crackdown planned for tomorrow

Matatu Crackdown still on, Matiang’i responds to Matatu strike notice -

Interior CS Fred Matiang’i maintains that the planned matatu crackdown is still on despite earlier calls by matatu operators for a countrywide strike.

PSV operators have until Monday to comply with Michuki rules » Capital News

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 10- Public Service Vehicles and operators have until Monday next week to comply with the famous Michuki rules, to avoid the wrath of - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today |