MCA raises alarm over police impostor harassing motorbike bodaboda operators

Flamingo Ward MCA Eddy Kiragu has called on police to come out clear on an individual identified as ‘Oscar’ who is masquerading  as police officer from Bondeni Police station and harassing Motorbike operators in Flamingo. Speaking at his office on Monday when he issued out bursary cheques to over 70 youths who will be joining various Driving schools for training, the MCA noted that he had raised the harassment issue after motorbike operators raised concerns on the same. According to MCA Kiragu, the individual identified as ‘Oscar’ could not be…

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MP sounds stern warning to ‘fake police’ harassing Bodaboda operators

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has condemned individuals who are impersonating as arresting officers and harassing Motorbike Bodaboda operators. Speaking on Monday during a security meeting with the operators, the MP termed such a move as criminal calling on security agents to act with speed and arrest such individuals. “Actually those impersonating police officers should be arrested and I have told the Deputy county commissioner and even the OCPD to act” said Arama. On the welfare of the Motorbike operators in Nakuru Town West, the legislator stated that they…

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Of reckless bodaboda riders in Nakuru

Motorcycles are some of the riskiest transport means in Kenya today. Despite the convenience they provide, a bodaboda ride can be a hair-raising experience. Unfortunately, the ride can also leave you maimed for live or worse, dead. The commercial motorcycle riders (bodabodas) exhibit some recklessness and a don’t care attitude that makes them a no-no for some travellers. Although they’re meant for just one passenger at a time, it is not unusual to find some ferrying even up to four passengers at a time. One rider in Nakuru West says…

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Hero Radio’s Kate Vobic leads in Road Safety campaign

Nakuru’s radio queen and road safety ambassador, Kate Vobic, today led a delegation to Stem, Nakuru East for a road safety awareness campaign. In a bid to cub out the increase in road accident cases, Nakuru’s traffic police department in conjunction with Kate Vobic, a presenter with Hero Radio, has organized a series of road safety sensitization campaigns in different parts of Nakuru. Present during today’s event was Nakuru East MP Hon. David Gikaria who called upon Bodaboda riders to observe the laid rules and regulations governing road usage in…

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