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Classified information has being let out to this medium on an orchestrated plan by some ill-motivated bike riders to take to the streets of Freetown in protest of their deceased colleague.

Sources close to the Sierra Leone Bike Riders Union explained to this medium that the demonstration will focus within the Central Business District, but assured that members will put up the best behaviour not to disturb residents or businesses.

Author: 
Cecil Cole Showers Jnr

The President of Commercial Bike Riders Union, Mr. David Sesay,  said on Monday that the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) should not use excessive force when policing bike riders especially at a time when the country is battling with Ebola outbreak.

‘”The police should not use cane when policing bike riders; they should use another method when policing bike riders,’’ he said.

Though Mr. David Sesay conceded that some bike riders are lawless, he however advised that in the process of curtailing their movement in prohibited areas, the police should not use excessive force.

Author: 
SPECTATOR NEWSPAPER

Commercial bike riders have started an intensive awareness raising camping that seeks to reach between 150,000 and 200,000 people over a two month period in Freetown after receiving training from the UN Development Programe (UNDP) last week in Freetown.

Author: 
Spectator News

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