Boda Bodas Banned From Ferrying Passengers in Nairobi CBD | glObserver Global Economics


“Pursuant to the provisions of the Traffic Act CAP 403 of 2014 of the Laws of the Republic of Kenya, the Nairobi City County Government wishes to inform all motorcycle (boda boda) operators ferrying passengers to and from the Central Business District (CBD) that such activities have been banned with immediate result,” he stated.

“Any operator and passenger found contravening this law will be arrested for an offence punishable by hefty fines and long jail terms as provided for in the Traffic Act of 2014.”

The Nairobi County Government has banned motorcycle operators from ferrying passengers to and from the Central Business District (CBD). In a statement, County Secretary Gregory Mwakanongo stated that the ban takes result instantly and any operator and passenger found contravening the law will be arrested.

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"Pursuant to the provisions of the Traffic Act CAP 403 of 2014 of the Laws of the Republic of Kenya, the Nairobi City County Government wishes to inform all motorcycle (boda boda) operators ferrying passengers to and from the Central Business District (CBD) that such activities have been banned with immediate result," he stated.

"Any operator and passenger found contravening this law will be arrested for an offence punishable by hefty fines and long jail terms as provided for in the Traffic Act of 2014."

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