Matatu Association Opposed To New Driving School Curriculum
Matatu Welfare Association has faulted the move by the National Transport Safety Authority to review the driving curriculum saying it will not contribute much in reducing the road accidents.
Speaking to Ghetto Radio News the association’s chairman Dickson Mbugua says most driving schools do not follow the set curriculum and instead resort to other shortcuts for quick money.
Mbugua claim that the driving schools in Kenya only conduct 18-20 lessons contrary to 35 lessons recommended by the government.
The association has however, asked the government to involve Saccos, Matatu associations and other stakeholders in conducting civic education to drivers for effective driving on roads.