“We are joined against police badgering and blackmail, individuals from the general population, transports and lorries and hoodlums,” he says.
Kegode reviews more than five years back when an intoxicated man amazed onto the street and was hit by a motorbike.
“Individuals from people in general plunged on the rider beating him barbarously. This was in spite of the way that the person on foot was on the wrong,” says Kegode.
Different riders accuse the police for wilderness:
“We are not by any stretch of the imagination to fault for breaking the principles. These cops are to be faulted. On the off chance that a cop requests pay off of Sh1,000 and that is my day by day wage, why not overstep the law?” ponders Ben Wanyonyi, a rider situated in Bungoma.