Plans launched to turn Nyeri into 24-hour economy
Posted Wednesday, August 26 2009 at 00:00
“We do not have problems with water here,” says Nyeri Water and Sewerage Company auditor, Mr Wilson Mwai.
There are no traffic jams and motorists pay a paltry Sh30 per day in parking fee — compare this with the Sh140 paid per day in Nairobi. Transport in and around the town is relatively cheap, largely because of low demand. And despite the fears occasioned by Mungiki gangs, security remains tight.
“It is quiet here. We have not had any major insecurity incidents of late,” says Central Provincial Police Officer, John M’mbijjiwe.