Over 200 Kamageras in Embakasi lose jobs

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Kamageras in Nairobi’s Embakasi area are now lamenting a hard life after they were removed from bus stops by police following the implementation of Michuki rules.

The Kamageras who are mostly young were allegedly removed from the bus stops for allegedly facilitating and commiting crime.

They have however denied those allegations saying they are the ones who instead protect passengers from criminal elements at bus stops.

Speaking to Ghetto Radio News Bosco Dagama and Oduogo from River Bank in Tajmall criticised the move by the government saying it has subjected them to poverty and hard life.

According to the Kamageras, around 200 youth have lost their jobs since the crackdown was launched.

They are now pleading with the government to give them back their jobs or an alternative means of earning a living.


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