Transport stakeholders call for harmonization of Bodaboda sector and Police

There is need for harmonized working relation between the police and the motorbike Bodaboda operators in the country.

The Chief Executive Officer HAWAII Sacco Ltd Ms Catherine Mburu says the harmonized working relation between the two sectors will help reduce the accidents that are a times caused when the Bodaboda operators shy away from the police.

She was speaking on Monday at the HAWAII Sacco Ltd Nakuru main office during the handing over of Motorbikes to members-Bodaboda operators as well as sensitize members of the public on road safety as well as good relation with the police officers.

“Today we actually just created a platform to harmonize the bodaboda operators and the police. You find that many a times some of them do not comply and they end up being arrested but today they have been sensitized on the traffic regulations basis” said Ms Mburu.

The Nakuru based Sacco with branches in Gilgil and Eldoret seeks to empower low income persons.According to Ms Mburu, they look forward to work closely with the low income persons who save as low as 200 shillings so that by the end of 6 months they can be able to access loan services.

“We want to work and empower the low income persons so that they can be able to access loans to the next level” said Ms Mburu.

The event was also graced by the OCPD Nakuru as well as Nakuru Traffic department.

PHOTO/Pristone Mambili:Chief Executive Officer HAWAII Sacco Ltd Ms Catherine Mburu (with microphone) and security team in Nakuru addressing during a sensitization forum for the Bodaboda operators who are also members of the Sacco.