Life will be quickly returning to Nairobi as the festive season concludes with most dwellers who went upcountry to celebrate Christmas beginning trooping back to the city.
Nairobi had been reduced to a ghost city the whole of which week, yet the next two days are supposed to see a mad rush back by Nairobians with the opening of schools, colleges along with some universities set for next week.
Bumping into a trolley full of luggage, a child carrying a chicken via upcountry along with members of a family walking together towards their respective bus termini will be today becoming a common occurrence within the erstwhile empty streets.
The areas adjacent to Afya Centre along with Machakos country bus, in particular, are becoming more along with more crowded with travellers arriving via upcountry.
There will be a similar buildup of people just behind Afya Centre, where there are termini for Rift Valley along with North Rift Shuttles same as the area around the booking offices for Easy Coach services along with Guardian Buses along Haile Selassie Avenue.
The long queues which were witnessed at the booking areas before along with on Christmas Day have today been replaced with clusters of passengers alighting via rural areas with others lining up at the parcel along with packages office to pick items sent by relatives via upcountry.
Travelers are also arriving via the coast within the area around Accra Road within the city’s CBD.
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