Nairobi Kanjos to lose powers for making arrests

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The inspectorate department Nairobi city county is set to face an overhaul and reforms  should a motion passed by the Nairobi county assembly be effected by governor  Mike Mbuvi Sonko.

The motion which was tabled yesterday by Parklands MCA Jayendra Malde is seeking change of policies governing kanjos  operations saying the current by-laws are colonial.

The motion will also restrain Kanjos from arrests and harassment being faced in Nairobi currently.

Malde argues that small scale business can not thrive in the city because of the city askaris brutalities.

Meanwhile all eyes have been turned to governor  Mike  Sonko for implemetation of the motion.

Hawkers,Boda operators are main victims of kanjo brutality.


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