Return of the SCREENS
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The first matatu screens saw their way on matatu’s as early as 2002. The reigning matatus during those days included #58 plying BuruBuru, #9 plying Eastleigh and #23 plying Jerusalem Outering including others.
Over the years the culture has still been there but not that public, only the brave ones or allegedly only those owned by the big shots of Kenya.
Unfortunately, when the newly elected government then came to power, loud music and screens were banned in matatus complaints being about the loudness and lewdness of the music.
However fast forward 2015 and MATATU SCREENS are BACK! The announcement by the president that allowed the return of graffiti seems to come with a whole lot package including the screens.
Will it be shortlived?
Lets wait and see.