A Kenya Mpya buses are common figures in thika-Nairobi road. Its actually loved by many commuters because of their express nature and fair bus prices.
These buses are operated by the Neo Kenya Limited company
WHO OWNS KENYA MPYA BUSES
The Buses are owned by renowned Business Man Patrick Njiru
Little is known about Patrick Njiru but reports show he is related to Kirinyaga women representative, Purity Ngirici
His name was mentioned over the sale of contraband sugar. The sugar, which was reportedly contaminated, was found at his warehouse on his godown on Eastern ByPas.
Furthermore, a company associated with Mr Njiru, Paleah Stores, was also mentioned in corner dealings that brought Mumias Sugar on its knees when former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero was at the helm.
Former Nairobi County Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke distanced himself years ago from claims he owns the notorious Neo Kenya buses that ply the Thika Road-City Centre route.
KENYA MPYA BUSINESS WITH LOTHIAN
Management of Neo Kenya Mpya buses recently started a new line of transport services that is in collaboration with Lothian Buses operators based in United Kingdom.
Lothian Buses is the largest municipal bus company in the UK. It was founded in 1919. Their apparent merger is intended to transform the Thika-based sacco.
It seems Neo Kenya , which is one of the Kenya Mpya family business breakaway has sold some shares to Lothian.