The Governor of the Centre region, Naseri Paul Bea has reiterated his decision to restrict commercial motorbike riders from circulating in some parts of the political capital of Cameroon, Yaounde following the riders strike Monday November 12, 2019.
Talking as guest on the 1pm news on CRTV, Governor Naseri Paul Bea said the order is maintained, disclosing the security forces deployed on the field will ensure it is respected by the bikers.
This follows Monday’s strike action staged by the commercial bikers in protest to the decision of the Governor that denies them access to certain roads in Yaounde.
According to the later, the ban has already led to losses as they are forced to work in some remote places where in benefits are low as compared to the areas they have been banned from circulating on.
The commercial bikers have in many occasions been accused of causing traffic on the main roads in Yaounde due to their unlawful parking, acidents and in most cases accused of assault.
Reports say in order to fight against urban disorder that was gaining much grounds in the capital city, the Governor of the Centre region Naseri Paul Bea Thursday November 7, 2019 convened a meeting with some leaders of bikers trade unions where he announced the restriction of biker’s circulation in some particular parts of Yaounde with sanctions to be applied on defaulters.