Tuesday, June 8, 2010

New Nairobi City Council traffic offences and fines

The following are new Nairobi City Council traffic offences and fines:
Pedestrian crossing the roads in Nairobi when traffic light is red: Kshs 10,000/-
Motorist moving on when the traffic light is red: Kshs 10,000/-
Pedestrian crossing the road while talking on their mobile phones: Kshs. 500/-
Boarding/Alighting at non-designated matatu stops: Ksh 10,000/-
Unfastened seat belt: Ksh 500/-
Worn out tyres: Ksh 10,000/-
Double parking: Ksh 20,000/-

    Please take note! You don't want to get into trouble with the Nairobi City Council askaris, do you?

    In the picture on your left, I am proposing a new uniform for the askaris, to make the experience less painful.

    4 comments:

    Debbie said...

    Bless you for posting a SEXY photo of a woman with bigger thighs. Refreshing to see beauty in a different package. Think the laws will be enforced at all though? I don't miss Nairobi traffic AT ALL

    cdohnio said...

    Hehehe! I don't think I'd like to see that on some of the conjo ladies I see in town!:)

    Our Kid said...

    What next? New Nairobi City Council Sexual Offences and Fines?

    Ø Persons having sex in Nairobi when the partner is 'in the red' – fine is Kshs. 10,000/=

    Ø Persons going on with sex when not in bed – fine Kshs 10,000/=

    Ø Persons having sex while talking on their mobile phones – fine is Kshs. 500/=

    Ø Moaning/ Lighting cigarettes or pre-maturely stopping Fine 10,000/=

    Ø Unwashed bed sheets - Fine 500/=

    Ø Worn out condoms -- Fine Kshs 10,000/=

    Ø Double ***king --Fine Kshs 20,000/=

    Anonymous said...

    with so many emerging rules, one feels like a prisoner in their own country. very soon, looking good or owning an expensive phone and you have no source of income will be an offense