Naturally when you seat next to a drive it is expected you keep a hearty conversation with him/her on various issues.
And for those who don’t know how to drive, the front seat offers an opportunity to understand how it is done.
What if you board a matatu and find instruction that you should stare in front and don’t bother the driver? This is the case in one of Murang’a-Thika-Nairobi sacco matatu. See what this commuter went through in it.
James Mwangi When I boarded this MTN sacco Matatu (KCL 409Q) and read this instruction I journeyed from Nairobi to Murang’a Town nikiangalia “Mbere” kama taa ya nduthi.