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Ugandan boda boda drivers demand compensation

Marvis Birungi
Ugandan boda boda drivers and merchants demand compensation for property and goods, which they claim have been stolen in South Sudan.
16.10.2013  |  Kampala
Boda Boda drivers waiting for customers in Yei, April 4, 2012.
Boda Boda drivers waiting for customers in Yei, April 4, 2012.

The South Sudan Government banned foreign boda boda drivers in August -- an attempt to create more jobs for South Sudanese nationals. 

After numerous complaints, Uganda’s parliament ordered an investigation into claims by drivers and merchants who say they have not received compensation for property and goods stolen in South Sudan. 

Marvis Birungi reports from Kampala, Uganda: