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Nairobi’s Famed Matatu Graffiti Is Back

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A recent creation by Peter Kanyallu, also known as Nyash, is a matatu dedicated to the movie “Titanic,” Nairobi, Kenya, Jan. 26, 2015. (Hilary Heuler/for VOA)

Hilary Heuler

For the past 10 years, the Kenyan government had forbidden any external painting on Nairobi’s shared taxis — matatus — other than a standard yellow stripe.

But the Kenyan president has recently given the green light to lifting the ban on matatu art and the battle has begun among drivers to have the best moving graffiti.READ MORE

 

Nairobi’s Famed Matatu Graffiti Is Back Reviewed by on February 2, 2015 .

A recent creation by Peter Kanyallu, also known as Nyash, is a matatu dedicated to the movie “Titanic,” Nairobi, Kenya, Jan. 26, 2015. (Hilary Heuler/for VOA) Hilary Heuler NAIROBI— For the past 10 years, the Kenyan government had forbidden any external painting on Nairobi’s shared taxis — matatus — other than a standard yellow stripe.

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