Finally the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has approved the mass production of the BJ50 car model.
Samwel Njogu, who is the brains behind the BJ50 said the government scrutinised the vehicles and gave them a go-ahead two months ago.
The Laikipia BJ-50 first hit headlines back in March 2019 when Laikipia County Government showcased two locally made cars at the Devolution Conference in Kirinyaga.
The government had partnered with Sagak Auto Tech based in Laikipia county to commence the production of the vehicles.
The car goes for about KSh 450,000 and has a capacity of seven passengers.
Source: Citizen TV