The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) on Friday 15th May, 2020 rewarded a matatu driver and conductor for playing clean content in their vehicle that plies on Jogoo Road in Nairobi. Peter Mwiti (driver) and Samuel Mwangi (conductor) are the second winners of the #FormNiSafi Campaign and walked home with Ksh.10,000 plus other goodies. KFCB Corporate Communications Manager, Nelly Muluka, unveiled the winners at Makongeni bus station, whose vehicle Registration No. KCF 372Y nicknamed ‘Mufasa- PeaceMaker’ (Embassava Sacco) met all the terms and conditions set by the Board and who received majority votes (254) from the public before being declared winners. Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Registration No. KCU 192C nicknamed ‘Billa Bong’ emerged second with 182 votes, KCL 809S from Royal Swift Sacco came in third with 68 votes while KCC 557M from ROG Sacco and KCW 274A (Utimo Sacco) bagged the fourth and fifth positions with 7 and 4 votes respectively. Launched last week, the #FormNiSafi campaign is geared towards appreciating PSV crew that promote clean content and whose vehicles are compliant with the KFCB licensing requirements on exhibition of content. Some of the conditions set by KFCB that the PSV crew must meet are that their vehicles must be operating on the specified routes, must have the KFCB content exhibition license, the crew must observe the COVID-19 guidelines and regulations set by Ministry of Health like social distancing and sanitizing. Further, the PSVs must play clean content that is rated for General Exhibition (GE) and the crew must be courteous, maintain general cleanliness and exhibit time management skills in regards to customer service delivery. Last week, John Thiong’o a matatu driver of Vehicle Registration No. KCT 470T christened ‘Gin and Juice’ and conductor Hamisi Mtani Abdul, plying route 125/126 Magadi road were the first winners of the KFCB #FormNiSafi PSV campaign. The campaign moves to Thika road next week from Monday 18 th May, 2020.