The County government of Nairobi, the NMS and the Kenya Revenue Authority are in need for more revenue to push underlying government projects.One of the fasters ways to raise this revenue is to crack down on illegally operated businesses within the city.Currently, the county government and KRA officials are looking for businesses without these three licenses, make sure you acquire them before they reach you.
The County Council staff, commonly known as Kanjos are the people responsible for maintaining sanity in our towns.They ensure that town is clean, hawkers adhere to the set rules, all parked vehicles pay fees and many more.In their line of duty, Kanjos sometimes find themselves in conflicting situations.
Kisumu Town recidents are left shocked after their town "Kanjos" officers are caught dragging a woman hawker behind a speeding pick-up.The awaful incident took place in Kisumu CBD.
Kisii County Council Officials Harassing Businesswomen , Demands This in Exchange of Their Confiscated Goods
Harrassment of women selling their goods in Kisii county by the county council officials has been exposed.According to reports, the 'Kanjos' are fond of asking sexual favours from hard working women in order to release their confiscated goods.'In Kisii, Kanjos are confiscating mboga from these hard-working women then ask for sexual favours to release the goods.
The county askaris especially those in Nairobi County are well known for their odd behaviours. Hawkers and street peddlers have been exposed to brutality by Kanjos. While also asking them for bribes everytime they are arrested. Salary According to the Informer Kenya, Kanjos who work as traffic marshals take home between Ksh.23,500 to Ksh.29,000 every monthly. County council constable earns between Kshs.14,610 to Kshs.16,500 per month while the entry level monthly salary for county Askaris ranges from Ksh.13,000
There are these groups of Nairobians who think they own the city. Mostly because of their occupations, especially within the Central Business District (CBD). And this can be seen on how they deal with others. So, who are these groups? 1. Kanjos When carrying out their operations, they are so careless and arrogant. In fact this is one of the jobs in which being inhumane is a requirement, and is even branded professionalism. They mishandle anything they think has been unlawfully stationed, even without evidence
In a bid to maintain order and some sanity within the Central Business District, the Nairobi County Council has deployed several officials to meet their mission. The popularly known as Kanjos are very stern on some rules, some as stated below. Read along so you don't fall a victim. Photo: County Council Kanjos 1. Parking Fees Don't even dare park your car within the CBD for five minutes if you haven't paid your parking fee. Motorbikes are even worse, the speed at which they'll get to you with a ready breakdown
A few Hours ago, an accident was reported from Kisumu where a truck run into a woman by the roadside.
It was a normal day to business people in kericho when each and every one was waking up to open their business venues. After some few minutes ,County Askaris known in local language as “kanjos” arrived armed with their rungus.Others had nyundos and some other tools. Members of the public were afraid because whenever those Askaris are present, business and locals with have a rough time with them. At around 10 Am, they started evicting kibandas business people within the town after failing to obey their
Basically what pedestrians are asking from the county government of Nairobi is to find a way to manage these group of people, bacuse some of them are increasingly becoming threats. We're not being negatively critical but if you read the reasons you'll agree with us 1. Hawkers Were quit aware, we cheaply get things from them, but at times they become too hot to handle. Especially when they are in their race to hide away from Kanjos. In this flee season, they grab, they push and insult innocent people. In the
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya.It has millions of dwellers coming from different ethnicity.What you didn't know, these people have several behaviour which are in common.Leave alone Nairobians fearing the rain and cold and not fearing vehicles.The common ones will amaze you. 1.Land-lords/Land-ladies Majority of city dwellers rent their houses and pay amonthly fee.The city dwellers fear land-lords/ladies because of the harassment some of the landlords mete on them when they delay their monthly rent.Some
Yesterday a video of a woman being dragged on the road went viral on social media platforms.The woman who was being dragged by county officers "kanjos" is reported to be a small business trader.
Kanjos in Rongai are arresting people for not wearing masks and releasing them on Ksh. 2,000 bribes-Reports
Kanjos in Rongai are arresting people for not wearing masks and releasing them on Ksh. 2,000 bribe after threatening to quarantine them. The government gazetted hefty fines for Kenyans, including parting with Ksh 20,000 or facing imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months or both if found breaking directives issued in line with the Public Health Act. On Monday, April 6, Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 41 detailed that among the offences liable for the penalties included not wearing a mask while using p