Residents of kamulu woke up to a dead body of Bodaboda driver who is believed to have been killed by unknown gang, who also stole his motorcycle. The residents have claimed to have lost other three in the same way.
The gang is said to be pretending to be one customers, where they end up forcing bodaboda drivers to unknown destiny. Finally they end up killing the driver and taking the motorcycle too. This has made the bodaboda drivers to be so paranoid about the happenings in their area.
The leader of their sacco has requested all bodaboda drivers from the area, to be aware of their customers and if the customers appears to be unknown they can report to a nearby police station. By doing this they will be able to fight those unknown gang.
Now the police are trying to locate the gang and also the lost motorcycle. The police has also requested all bodaboda drivers to avoid ferring people during late hours, since the gang seem to take advantage of those who are working those late hours.
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