Inspector general of the National Police Service Mr Hillary Mutyambai has delivered sone bad news to all the bodaboda operators in the country.
While responding to a tweep on Monday morning, he noted that the police service has put in measures that are aimed at restraining rogue bodaboda operators in the country.
He has noted that they are now ensuring that all the traffic rules and regulations are being observed by the riders including all traffic rules, security measures as well as code of conduct.
According to the Inspector General of the Police Service, the security personnel will later on ensure that they do a crackdown countrywide and arrests will be made on those who will be found contravening the directives.
"We have started by retraining bodaboda operators, this includes traffic rules observation, security, and code of conduct after which there will be a crackdown. Currently, traffic regulations are being enforced by the officers on the roads and arrests are made daily. #EngageTheIG"Inspector General of the National Police Service.
A Kenyan had noted that bodaboda operators are leading in the impunity of breaking the traffic rules which has been putting the lives of other pedestrians and road users in danger.
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