CAPTION: Jubilee wanker Lee Kinyanjui who also chairs NTSA-extortionists.
The National Transport and Safety Agency (NTSA) is another Government body formed by retarded Members of Parliament who seem to imagine that every problem in Kenya can be remedied through legislation and formation mediocre outfits that later turn out to be extortion-cartels.
We have seen Lee Kinyanjui using Alcoblow as an extortion checkpoint, whereby able motorists are way-laid by Government extortionists who are no different from highway robbers, and forced to part with cash. Kinyanjui and his wanker staffers then turn a blind eye on the flagrant corruption by public service vehicles which account for the highest number of road accidents.
These retarded Government officials need to be shot by a firing squad. Why do we allow NTSA to mount extortion checkpoints under the guise of enforcing road-safety, yet all the corruption happens at their motor vehicle inspection units? Pathetic.
We’re glad that Citizen TV sacked Evelyn Wambui who did a feature glorifying Alcoblow, after being Bribed by NTSA officials. We will continue to expose all mediocre journalists who portray NTSA in positive light, because they’re equally culpable in glorifying corruption by this unnecessary agency that should be wound-up.
The NTSA Kisumu motor vehicle center has for instance become a center of wheeler-dealing and corrupt practices where for a vehicle to pass and get a sticker one has to bribe the inspectors.
All of the inspectors are working with agents, intermediaries and brokers who bring in the vehicles and pay a specific amount.
For instance, this here is the price list;
Tuk Tuk at Kshs. 1000,
Matatus at Kshs. 2000,
Trailers at Kshs. 4000,
Lorries at Kshs. 3000,
Pickups at Kshs. 2000.
No vehicle gets a sticker without paying the above prices. All vehicles that pay are never inspected but only photographed to look like they were inspected.
All of the matatus or lorries are unroadworthy as most do not even meet the requirements but still get stickers. Most of these matatus and lorries that are fitted with speed governors are required to provide data in soft copy. If one doesn’t bring the soft-copy data, then you required to part with Kshs. 500 -1000 bob in order for your document to be verified.
To retrieve a number plate that had been removed, one is charged Kshs. 1000 bob.
To order a sticker you just email your document and vehicle picture where it’s downloaded and edited then verified and the specific inspector then sends you the report and sticker.
Dear Cyprian, kindly visit the station and witness for yourself. We used to trust our fellow Luo Robert Alai but it seems like he has now become a Government mouthpiece and corruption-apologist. You are now the voice of the people and defender of justice
Please save Kenyans who are forced to pay for free services.
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