Police said riders should have reflectors on, helmets for both them and their customers plus insurance cards. SP Gamal said reflectors help Bodas to be seen.
“We are on the ground implementing the rules of the road. We have been doing this daily, but this is a special operation. Things are moving on well, and people are being compliant. We don’t do anything outside the law.”
“People should know the code of conduct. You don’t have to be waiting for enforcement by traffic officers. Why should you be waiting for us to get you for not putting on a reflective jacket?” Gamal added.
In fact, he said there are schools for riders. He says this operation is actually for motorcycle riders if it is put right.
“There are driving schools for boda boda riders. Let’s not cover motorcycle riders with boda boda riders. Let’s make it clear that this operation is about motorcycle riders.”
In any case, most of the Boda riders have actually adhered to this operation, especially in the middle of the city.
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