COMMUTTERS UNMOVED BY MUSHIKASHIKA FINES

03 Sep, 2021 - 12:09 0 Views
COMMUTTERS UNMOVED BY MUSHIKASHIKA FINES A number of commuters told H-Metro that the official Zupco buses are struggling to ferry them before curfew hours, which forces them to turn to pirates

H-Metro

Arron Nyamayaro, H-Metro Reporter

COMMUTERS have appealed for the reviewing of the 6pm curfew time, which they attributed to the use of illegal transporters popularly known as Mushikashika.

A number of commuters told H-Metro that the official Zupco buses are struggling to ferry them before curfew hours, which forces them to turn to pirates.

COMMUTERS have appealed for the reviewing of the 6pm curfew time, which they attributed to the use of illegal transporters popularly known as Mushikashika

One of the commuters only identified as Matifadza, said most commuters are not even comfortable using Mushikashika.

 

“We are not even comfortable using Mushikashika but we end up boarding them in order to beat curfew time.

One of the commuters only identified as Matifadza, said most commuters are not even comfortable using Mushikashika.

 

“I was sexually abused in a Mushikashika recently after being made to sit as three passengers on the front seat.

 

“We know the dangers in boarding mushikashika but fear of curfew time forces us to sacrifice and endanger our lives in those unregistered vehicles.”

Hundreds of commuters were seen at undesignated pick-up points waiting for Mushikashika.  

The recent clampdown on Mushikashika sees passengers paying fines for using illegal transporters.

 

However, this does not seem to deter the commuters as a survey by H-Metro discovered yesterday.

 

Hundreds of commuters were seen at undesignated pick-up points waiting for Mushikashika.

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