A photo of a man riding at the back of Boda Boda has left netizens expressing some wild reactions all over social media.
In the said photo, a middle-aged man was seen comfortably sleeping at the back of a couch that was being ferried by a Boda Boda.
With nothing to hold onto or even any protection gear, the photo has sparked wild reactions with netizens lashing the duo for risking their lives.
Many said this was just a serious case of ignorance as the rider and his pillion never knew what would beget them in case an accident occurred.
Bodaboda riders have been the root cause of almost 70 percent of accidents that occur along the highways.
A majority of these riders have lost their lives during some horrifying road accident with a huge number also spending times at hospitals.
Police officers have been warning these riders of observing the set road rules and guidelines to evert bizarre accidents.
Bodaboda riders should always question the consequences of what they are doing as they pose both a danger to themselves and other road users.
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