Bodaboda riders have always been related to bad doings. This is because of the rogue behavior that has always been spotted among some of them. However, today a section of Bodaboda riders have received praises from Kenyans following their help that they decided to render to one of the motorist whose vehicle was stuck at Waiyaki way which got flooded after a heavy downpour in Nairobi.
According to The Star, Kenya, the said Bodaboda riders found the car owner stuck after he tried to cross the flooded area something that he could not pass alone. For this reason after his car was being they saw that the person's car could no longer move, they joined hand to give him support in removing his vehicle from the said flood.
However, following their previous behaviours, Kenyans could not hide their happiness while some were not moved by their actions. Some claimed that they just did that because they were going to be paid while some saw it a good thing.
Check out some of the comments from Kenyans.
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