Imagine traveling all the way to South Africa in a souped-up matatu, locally referred to as ‘Nganya’. Well, as unrealistic as it sounds, there exists such a mathree in Nairobi.
The seven-seater ‘nganya’, christened Miguel, gives this one-of-a-kind experience.
It boasts of custom-made screens behind all seats, sockets, interior and exterior lighting and a carpeted dashboard among other exclusive features.
The brains behind Miguel, Wilfred Odinga, told Ma3 Culture, “This is Nganya is mostly for hire. For short distance, it plies Mombasa and Nairobi, while long distances it heads to Tanzania, Zambia, South Africa and Namibia.”
He said for a trip down South, one would have to part with Sh150,000 while those heading to Mombasa part with Sh10,000( with the launch of the SGR, maybe it’s time they reviewed their pricing).
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