Why Kenyans are crushing on this green bulldozer
Kenyans on social media have be praising the now famous green bulldozer belonging to the National Youth Service (NYS), which has been used to bring down illegal buildings across the city.
From Langata Road to Mutindwa, Kileleshwa and Westlands, the green bulldozer has been wreaking havoc as it demolishes buildings, some owned by powerful individuals.
On Monday, Kenyans woke up to the demolitions of a Shell petrol station and a Java coffee house in Kileleshwa.
On Tuesday, the green bulldozer brought down Southend Mall along Langata Road.
In July, the bulldozer was in Eastlands also demolished illegal structures near railway lines and power lines in Kaloleni and Mutindwa.
It was used to flatten structres in Kibera slums to pave way for a new road.
Here are a few reactions from Kenyans:
Where is the Green Bulldozer waking up to today so many build sitting on riparian reserves @NemaKenya and the @ODPP_KE Hajj is over working corruption is something that has brought Kenya to its knees.
— CPA Dennis ayoyi (@DennisAyoyi) August 9, 2018
Meanwhile, news just in say the court has refused to give orders stopping the demolition of Ukay centre. The green bulldozer should move with speed before another judge rules otherwise
— Boore Duncan (@BooreDuncan) August 9, 2018
The three that cartels in Kenya fear the most. No. 3 will shock you 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/pWc8ZNvs95
— Pauline Njoroge, HSC (@paulinenjoroge) August 9, 2018
— PROCESS DIGITAL & SOCIAL MEDIA (@ProcessDigtal) August 8, 2018
There is Mr. George Kinoti, Mr. Noordin Haji and a green Sany bulldozer. Moto wakuotea mbali…. pic.twitter.com/vzqj8xKb8A
— Tony Wamae (@TWamae) August 8, 2018