The newly elected chairman of the Bike Rental Association (BRA) in Kenema city and it environs Augustine J. Tamba Momoh has pledged to serve the people of Eastern Region with all that lies in his power to make sure that the people of Kenema and it environs have a comfortable motor bike services from his membership. The chairman made this vow during the organization first executive meeting with stakeholders in Kenema and it environs at OAU village in the city center where over 800 motorbikes were packed for over five hours.
In his statement the chairman Augustine Tamba Momoh first reminded his membership about their motto ‘’Strike to serve the nation’’ which he said should be the priority of all members in their operations. He said the purpose of the meeting was to voice out their intention of how their new government is going to operate in giving out service to the people of this nation. He said that the BRA before this time is no longer the BRA today, noting that a lot of things has to be put in place to ensure peaceful co-existence between bike owners and passengers.
Mr. Momoh appealed to the riders to be law abiding and to corporate with their various executives to enhance better service to the nation.
In his contribution, the Vehicle examiner east Arthur Brima, noted that the new head of the organization has a lot of good plans for his membership adding that they should all work towards laid down principles.
He added that with the new executive most of the problems with the motor bike riders are likely to be solved, for example, the issue of proper documentation and the use of helmets.oHo Ho
Addressing his audience, the Local Unit Commander (LUC) East Joseph Kabbia said that it is very much important that the BRA in Kenema city has a leader now, hoping that it will go a long way in addressing the problems posed by these riders in the district.
He said that members should be peaceful and law abiding and that they should all work together with the police and other law enforcement bodies in the interest of the people of Kenema city and the country at large.