Motorists traveling on busy Outering road this morning were left wondering as protesters from Bodaboda Operators blocked the highway.
Bodaboda Operators set fire to a road near the Naivas Supermarket and now road users are unable to connect to Thika Superhighway.
Protests continue on the Ruaraka Bridge near the Naivas Supermarket on a busy highway this morning.
The root cause of the protests is that Bodaboda Operators opposes the mysterious arrests of colleagues at Baba Dogo Estate, also series of roadblocks were set up unintentionally and police were still at the scene to disperse.
Motorists are unable to connect to the Allsops stage at Thika Superhighway from the busy Outering Road where the protests continue.
This behavior has been seen in various parts of the counties in the past as people show what they do not like.
Members of the public are urged to remain calm and to refrain from using such methods as traffic jams on busy highways.
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