A day’s training workshop for over 35 members of the Bike Rentals Association (BRA) in Kenema city and its environs ended Wednesday at the Kenema Sports Club. The workshop, which attracted participants from the seven motor bike parks in that city and its environs, was organized by Search for Common Ground Talking Drum Studio in collaboration with transport stakeholders coordinating team in Kenema.
Addressing the workshop at the opening ceremony, the Officer in Charge of Search for Common Ground Talking Drum Studio in the South and East of the country, Saa Bamdabla, revealed that there had been so many complaints from the pubic about bike riders in the country. He said such attitudes always contributed negatively to the progress of the nation, adding that the essence of the workshop was to build the capacity of the motor bike riders in terms of road use. Saa Bamdabla explained that after the executive election of BRA in Bo in southern Sierra Leone recently, the president elect approached them and requested for trainings for its membership nationwide.