A post posted by an educative Facebook page known as Sikika Road Safety has elicited mixed reactions and online debate from Netizens. The post showed motorbikes parked outside the building. The facebook admin said that there has been complains from BodaBoda riders about the traffic police officers across the country.
Admin said that traffic police officers are alledgedly selling the impounded motorbikes at a throwing price from 5,000Ksh to 20,000Ksh. He requested IG Mr Mutyambai to help the BodaBoda riders about this issue. It's seems that after sometimes, the motorbikes which were impounded and fine is not paid, will be sold to other people by the police. Do you believe this story is true? Share your thoughts with us.
Netizens reacted angrily and said that it's painful because some bikes might cost over 70000Ksh and they will be sold cheaply. Some said it's true and gave examples of people who have affected with this issues. Some said it's not true because a bike will be sold after 1 year from the day it was impounded if fine is not paid. Here are some of the reactions from Netizens.
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