17 March 2014
Kenya: Nandi Hills Protests Car Crackdown
By Barry Salil
A traffic police crackdown on motor vehicles in Nandi Hills has drawn protest from leaders. Kapsimotwo ward representative Julius Kiptindinyo said traffic police are targeting residents for accusing them of taking bribes instead of ensuring road safety.
However, area traffic boss Mathew Komora said the officers are not corrupt and the claims against them are malicious and aimed at ruining the officers' good image.
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