The action spearheaded by Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, as his Transport counterpart, Mr James Macharia, looks on, is welcome and ought to be strongly supported by all, including those who were inconvenienced when matatus and buses withdrew services.
RUTHLESSNESS Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia and his Interior counterpart Fred Matiang'i said the rules, introduced by the no-nonsense powerful Cabinet minister John Michuki in 2003, will be enforced with more ruthlessness and discipline.
Do Cabinet Secretaries Fred Matiang’i and James Macharia even know the extent of police officers’ role as major matatu stakeholders, as owners and not just as enforcers?
It is against this backdrop that we see Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia's appointment of a task force to look into the boda boda public transport sub-sector.
Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia has formed a task force to formulate policies to regulate boda boda transport.
Transport CS James Macharia said the trains will provide an alternative form of transport for the city residents and ease congestion on the roads.
My unsolicited advice to Cabinet Secretaries Matiang’i and James Macharia (Transport) is that scarcity creates value.
Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia at a past function.
“114 public transport vehicles and 118 boda bodas have been impounded for noncompliance with the road safety traffic regulations,” Barua told journalists in Nakuru, where he observed that there was “ease of transport compared to Monday when the crackdown started because many of the operators have decided to comply and are back on the roads.” The crackdown is being undertaken countrywide on orders of Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi and his Transport counterpart James Macharia who are keen on implementing the rules first introduced by former Transport Minister the late John Michuki.
Cabinet Secretaries Henry Rotich (Treasury), James Macharia (Transport), Sicily Kariuki (Health), Monica Juma (Foreign Affairs), Mwangi Kiunjuri (Agriculture), and Eugene Wamalwa (Devolution) were present.