Mwalimu Rachael and Moha Grafix enliven Matatu Matwana Culture TV Launch (PHOTOS)

Mwalimu Rachael and Moha Grafix enliven Matatu Matwana Culture TV Launch (PHOTOS)

‘Moving discos’, and ‘matatu menace’ are some of the phrases used to describe mathrees and the culture at large in Nairobi. These privately owned shared-ride minibusses form the bulk of public transportation. They exhibit colorful artwork on their exterior and interior, announcing their presence with thunderous music as they hustle their way through traffic in the Kenyan transport Industry.

READ ALSO: Prison Break actor thrilled by Kenyan ‘nganya’

The Matatu industry under Matwana Matatu culture has gone miles to creating even their TV program that will be used to showcase the most adorable and recognized ‘nganyas’ running in different routes in the capital city of Nairobi.

The epic show will be hosted live by the K24TV Mwalimu Rachael.

Photos: Edwin Gitobu/XNews

Moha Grafix at the Matatu Culture TV Show launch.

DJ Leskie on the decks.

Moha Grafix with Matwana Culture fan.

K24 TV host Mwalimu Rachael with Kinyanjui Mungai at the launch.

 

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