Kenyans camped on Twitter to vent at the poor state of roads in Kayole from the area after matatus operators withdrew their vehicles on Monday.
The three matatu saccos from the route, Prime, Pin Point as well as Forward Travellers, withdrew their vehicles through roads through early morning to protest at the poor roads.
They later held a demonstration to the office of the Nairobi deputy county commissioner to air their grievances.
KOT spent the better part of Monday choosing sides on the debate.
Below are some of the tweets posted under the hashtag #kayoleprotests.
Kayole pia nikenya #KayoleProtests will be valid since the jubilee government has failed in its responsibilities as well as promises to kenyans, t http://bit.ly/2lgtTe2
— dickens ogango (@dickensyulemoja) February 27, 2017
Differentiate between National as well as County Government duties before creating noise here,#KayoleProtests
— TEAM KIDERO (@TeamKidero047) February 27, 2017
You don’t expect Kidero to fix all these mess on roads in Nairobi with the little funds NCCG gets through central govt #KayoleProtests
— AbetaUnBounded™ (@iam_abeta) February 27, 2017
#KayoleProtests where will be Kidero,asubuhi tumetembea hadi donholm na unaexpect our votes sioni.
— Kim Davies (@KimDavi76902157) February 27, 2017
Matatu operators, business community protest poor state of roads in Kayole, Nairobi#KayoleProtests http://pic.twitter.com/i3cvdNHyJY
— Joel Muinde (@mulonzijoel) February 27, 2017
#KayoleProtests infact Kormarock road will be more devastating ,mashimoshimo mbaya
— Vincent maranga (@Vincentilemara1) February 27, 2017
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Twitterville abuzz over the poor roads in Kayole