I really like the colours on this Telaviv Sacco jav. Mfalme, which plies the CBD-South C route, has such attractive hues with miniature graffiti images at the front, rear and on the driver’s door.
The comfy interior, which was designed by Moha Grafix, wears a cool red and black outlook. And what is a nganya without a sound system and some terrific TV screens to top up the look.
Mfalme packs up four screens that reels out music videos and a sound system installed by Banita Sounds. Its body is designed with simplicity that edges it from other matatus within Telaviv Sacco.