THE BEAUTIFUL LADIES WORKING AT THE SGR TRAINS STOLE THE SHOW AS MEN COULDN’T TAKE THEIR EYES OFF THEM


THE BEAUTIFUL LADIES WORKING AT THE SGR TRAINS STOLE THE SHOW AS MEN COULDN’T TAKE THEIR EYES OFF THEM

You will no longer have to complain that you are stuck in traffic at Mariakani as you enter the coastal town of Mombasa.

The standard gauge railway has been officially launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta. It is said travel hours has been cut down drastically with the journey expected to take a minimum of five hours.

The SGR is dubbed the Madaraka Express and will cost passengers about Ksh900 for the fare. But besides that here are photos of the beautiful Kenyan women who will be driving you between Nairobi and Mombasa.

Still, it has not been an easy journey for the young breed of Kenyans who will be in charge of the train operations. According to Mukono, friends and relatives tried to dissuade her from training to be a train crew member. And when she joined, others claimed she and her friends did not deserve the chance.

On Monday, Mary and her colleagues were on hand to welcome on board 60 local and international journalists who were traveling to Mombasa for the official launch of the SGR passenger and cargo trains. With dazzling smiles, they stood like sentries at the entrance as passengers streamed into the train, subtly communicating with their superiors through earpieces and lapel microphones. Once the last passenger boarded, two waited on each coach, helping with the baggage and answering pertinent questions from the inquisitive journalists.

For Mary, who used the old locomotives for the first time last year, the new train has raised the local public transportation system a notch higher.

Photo Credits: @SGRKenya
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