Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has been asked to step in and solve the conflict that has emerged between two factions of transport company operating within CBD after it emerged that the county is favoring one faction in space allocation.
The two factions of a Nakuru based public service operating company that has split into two due to competition might be just another conflict in process within Nakuru CBD.
This even as demos were held on Wednesday on the same.
Pajakos transport company whose fleet of Toyota wishes vehicles ply Nakuru- Kericho rout split into two following differences over the management.
Directors of the two factions almost engaged in a fist fight on Wednesday after the county government of Nakuru appeared to favor one side.
Although the vehicles have been outlawed to operate as PSVs by the NTSA they have been freely operating the business for the last three years.
One faction has been accused of oppressing others by misappropriating proceeds from the company.
The two groups have vowed to stay put unless the county government of Nakuru moves in to find a n amicable solution to the problem in place.
The split comes in the wake of a looming re organization of the central business district that targets matatus operating outside the designated parking area.
County cec for planning and housing Eng. Lucy Kariuki says the county government is in the process of acquiring an alternative land in order to ease congestion in town.
PHOTO/KNA:Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui.He has been asked to step in and solve the conflict that has emerged between two factions of transport company operating within CBD after it emerged that the county is favoring one faction in space allocation.