The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: High Court Declines to Suspend Traffic Laws

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Public transport enters day five.

The new traffic laws are here to stay, the high court has turned down Mps mike sonko and Ferdinand waititu's bid to have the laws suspended. Justice David Majanja says the laws were passed procedurally by parliament and assented to by the President.

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