Public transport business is booming on Kenya. The news get better when the business is coupled up with art thanks to the fact that Kenya is one very artistic country.
Ask those fellas in the middle east what is it like to sit in a fully pimped Matatu powered with heavy music system on your way home and they’ll narrate how big that deal is.
I mean, these things are not everywhere.
Well, this PSV graffiti thing is not a Nairobi thing only. Other major cities in Kenya also take pride in this culture . The last time i checked, Mombasa psv matatus are sort of elevated at the back seats to give the ride a bouncing effect! How nice!
Despite that, Mombasa is now even joyriding after the city’s most pimped Tuktuks photos made through the internet.
Yes, you read right. Pimped Tuktuks!!
So it just hit Kenyans that this culture is not restricted to the likes of award winning nganya- Catalyst, Altar, Umoinner’s “Fagia Kwako” and Ngongs’ ‘Punisher’.
These two Tuktuks hailing from Mombasa are arguably the talk of the country thanks to the successful adoption of Graffiti culture. The outcome is appealing to the eye.