Nairobi conflict over traffic congestion
According to the UN, the populations of Abuja, Accra, Kampala and Lagos, among others, are forecast to more than double by 2025, leading to a need for more public transport.
In Kenya's capital, Nairobi, drivers of minibuses, known locally as matatus, and the city authorities are trying to avoid a public transport crisis.
The two bodies are locked in a dispute over parking permits in the central business district.
Diana Kendi, from the BBC's Kenyan partner station QTV, reports.
05 Apr 2016
- From the section Africa