AKAMBA public road service has offered to ferry football fans to Johannesburg, South Africa for the World Cup finals at a cost of $2500 (about Rwf1.4m).
According to the company marketing manager Fred Mutisya, the sum will cater for transport, accommodation and meals.
“We have brought in state of the art buses to make sure our customers have a comfortable journey to and fro South Africa,”
“Our departure point is Nairobi.”
The trip to Johannesburg is expected to take seven days and the company has offered to get free South African Visas for its customers.
En route South Africa, fans will have a glimpse of the Victoria Falls, located between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The buses depart June 13.