The newly introduced speed limits in Nairobi is likely to see a number of motorists get into trouble with law enforcers who place speed guns in hiding to catch unknowing drivers.
If you are a motorist in Kenya, then better pay proper attention to this article otherwise you might be forced to appear in court and pay a fine for speeding.
Sadly yet, being Kenya where a majority of our traffic cops thrive in the ‘Kitu Kidogo’ narrative, you might find yourself in an awkward situation trying to convince a heavily potbellied corrupt traffic cop that he amount s/he is demanding from you is a bit too much.
Well, a majority of our traffic cops have made it impossible for the rest of us Kenyans to keep our hands free from corruption with their exploitive demands of the ‘kitu kidogo’ which is always accompanied by threats.
It is crucial to keep yourself in the know of what the rule and regulations are in the Kenyan road which is why we have attached the list of the newly introduced speed rule within Nairobi.
Below is a list of places one is required to drive in a maximum speed of 50 KM/H;
Motorists driving outside the city should note that special speed guns have been placed on different areas to get those driving beyond the speed limit (100km/h) and the traffic police and the NTSA have come up with roadside courts where offenders are being fined on the spot. Keep alert to avoid having to part with hefty fines.