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Nairobi News : November 27th 2013
news Is this our best matatu? Look at how we voted! Giant killer. Little known Tela Bang matatu that plies the Kayole route is voted the best in the city, beating well known names such as Umoinner and Double M Wednesday, Nov 27 - Thursday, Nov 28, 2013 nairobinews.co.ke List of top performers 3 The following PSVs won in the different categories at the Sunday event that attracted hundreds of fans at the KICC grounds. • Best Overall (Kenya 1): Tela Bang (Kayole route 19-60) • Best design: Blacklist (formerly Jabulani/Chicago Bulls: Rongai route 125) • Best CBD bus operator: Double M Commuter Services • Best 14-seater: MMG (Umoja route 35-60) • Best 25-seater: Hustler (Maringo route 10) BERNADINE MUTANU, NairobiNews @mutanuberna firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenya I) award in the just concluded Nganya Awards. The awards, which were L meant to showcase the best of the public service vehicle sector in the county, provided a platform for hundreds of fans to drum up support for their best vehicles. The win was an affirmation of the huge fan base the vehicle has in the route it plies. “The awards were given according ittle known Tela Bang, which plies Kayole route, won the best overall to the number of votes which were cast by the members of the public,” said one of the organisers Michael Sindani from Grip Ventures limited. The highly decorated vehicle was voted for its comfort, good customer service, and good design and adherence to traffic rules, said Sindani. “We wanted to change the public perception and especially of the young people about the public service vehicles,” he added. The owners received a tro- phy and a certificate. Public service vehicles have received public condemnation for reckless driving and non-adherence to traffic rules. Double M services bus opera- tor was voted as the best Central Business District operator. Public service vehicles were Sindani: We wanted to change the public perception and especially of the young people about the public service vehicles” ranked according to good customer service, compliance to traffic rules and regulations, commuter comfort, road safety record, and a positive matatu culture. To viewVIDEO of this story, DOWNLOAD the NMG PLAY android app on Google Play and scan the picture The best: Inside Tela Bang matatu. Bernadine Mutanu, NairobiNews • Best 29-37-seater: Rolling Stone (BuruBuru route 58) • Best 49-seater: TelaBang (Kayole route 19-60) • Best 51-seater: Mayhem (Githurai route 45) • Best crew: Ciroc (BuruBuru route 58) • Best Mombasa bound bus: Spanish (La Face) • Best Auto Garage: Moha Graffix (Blacklist/Chicago Bulls/ Jabulani) The Bikers Club of Kenya was also recognized for road safety advocacy within the city.
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