The police have announced resumption of operations on commercial cyclists popularly known as boda bodas.
Anyone arrested for overloading will pay a fine of Sh.
200,000 or face two years in jail.
The new guidelines not only target cyclists but passengers as well.
They will be required to pay a fine of not less than Sh. 200,000 or also face 2 years in jail.
Cyclists who overload luggage on their bikes are not safe either.
The Police Commandant Kampala Metropolitan, Andrew Felix Kaweesi says this is intended to reduce bodaboda accidents and also organize the industry.