ROADS PS Mosonik has said stern action will be taken against vandals of road furniture, people who erect structures on road reserves and those mounting of illegal bumps on public roads.
He said they pose high risks of causing road accidents. Mosonik said structures and buildings on road reserves will be brought down without notice to their owners once contractors are on site without notice.
"The government spends a lot of money to put up roads signs which ends up being removed," said Mosonik. He was speaking to journalists in Kakamega after paying a courtesy call to Governor Wycliffe Oparanya in his office.