Boda boda riders across the country have been to told keep calm on the issue of traffic regulations guiding them until interior ministry finalises the adoption process of a report that was submitted by the task-force.
According to the national chairman Boda Boda Safety Association of Kenya Kevin Mubadi the task force is through with their job and the delay squarely lies with the ministry of interior that has failed to launch and effect the report.
‘‘We as an association we are also worried about these delay despite taskforce completing its job and we are now planning to write the ministry on Monday to know the way forward because our members are suffering,’’ Mubadi said.
The government formed a 13-member taskforce to streamline operations of the boda boda sector which Matiangi termed as rogue and disorderly.
The committee included Julius Mathenge and David Oleshege as his deputy. Also in the team are Martin Eshiwani, Njeri Waithaka, Nick Korir, Lucy Karume, Lydia Mambo, Michael Kimani, Kevin Mubadi, Kennedy Odhiambo Okong’o, Joseph Agingu, Thomas Ogutu and Tom Macharia.
The association says harrassment and bribe collection remains a major menace on the roads.