Matiang’i directs KAA to regulate taxis at JKIA

Matiang’i directs KAA to regulate taxis at JKIA

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Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i  has directed the Kenya Airports Authority to set new regulations to control taxis operating at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Matiang’i was speaking on Wednesday when he conducted an impromptu inspection of security facilities at the airport.

“I’m very impressed by the work of Kenya Airports Authority and the police but there is room for improvement. We must make tough decisions to ensure there is maximum order at the airport,” he said.

He was accompanied by his counterparts James Macharia (Transport) and Najib Balala (Tourism) during the early morning tour.

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