“We are not criminals” decry Kamjesh and Kamageras

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Youths manning bust stops popularly known as Kamjesh and Kamagera’s are decrying the move by the government to kick them out of the bus stops following the re-introduction of the Michuki rules.

The youth claim the move has rendered them jobless despite most of them relying on the earnings to take care of their families.

Those operating around the routes of Ziwani, Dandora and Kariokor have also dismissed claims that they are criminals adding that they have always cooperated with the police whenever necessary to fight crime.

The government launched the crackdown of Kamjesh and Kamageras in order to restore sanity on the roads with some of them being accused harassing of the passengers trying to board the vehicles.

Police spokesman Charles Owino has however reiterated that the youth must get out of the bus stops despite their hustling defense.

“Am sorry my friends but there is no space for you at the bus stops. Those doing such jobs are just lazy and want easy cash,” he said during a TV interview.




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