boda-boda

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boda-boda

(ˌbəʊdəˈbəʊdə)
(in East Africa) n
1. (Automotive Engineering) a bicycle taxi
2. the bicycle rider in charge of a boda-boda
[from English border border]
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The killing of the guard comes barely a day after another bodaboda operator was killed only a few meters from this incidence.
Mr Lubengu also cites the reports of the Auditor-General for the four financial years Mr Munya was in charge of Meru County, saying that the then governor should be cited over unexplained pending bills, unsupported payments, direct procurement on leasing of county offices and irregular procurement in the construction of 20 bodaboda stations.
The majority of participants also mentioned they often buy clean water from bodaboda (water vendors that use bicycles), albeit with significant financial implications:
The county's main economic activities include large-scale sugarcane farming, mixed farming, commercial businesses, and bodaboda transport (motorcycle taxi) business, among others.
A cross sectional retrospective study of bodaboda injuries at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.
Most Ugandans were engaged in Bodaboda (taxi motorcycle) business before they were banned by the minister of interior two months ago.
We have been busy dealing with chokoras (street children) and bodaboda operators but we are still controlling,' Mbaya said.
Another one has been appointed in his place and his village mates disgustingly celebrated his rising to the position of Sports Cabinet Secretary, with some bodaboda riders screaming and whistling on the streets.
He directed all Bodaboda, bicycle garage to be stationed in Malith market which is three kilometres away from town centre.
A suspected motorcycle robber was on Monday lynched by irate bodaboda riders in Webuye town.
He wants to see how humble I can get if He blesses me with a Toyota Land Cruiser V8 that my member of parliament drives when coming to the village to inspect development projects including the bodaboda roofed shed.
Residents fear the unruly conduct of bodaboda operators will wreck their businesses.