Tana River Sub County Police Commander Mr. Patrick Kafulo has said, a one-day workshop will be conducted for motorists and boda boda riders in Tana River following increasing cases of minor road accidents, parking of vehicles in the middle of the road and poor knowledge of using roundabout in Hola Town.
Speaking to the press yesterday in his Hola office, the Police Commander said the roads in Hola Town are poorly made because they do not have parking bays and many boda boda riders do not know traffic rules.
Mr. Kafulo also said, many boda boda riders lack driving licences, reflector jackets and head helmets hence, breaking traffic rules.
He said his office has organized the workshop on traffic rules to be held next week.
He appealed to the Department of Roads and Public Works in Tana River to make sure that Hola Town roads have parking areas and roundabouts are well marked to avoid road accidents.
By Simon Guruba