Motorcycles a threat to Lamu's heritage?

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Lamu Old Town - along the Kenyan coastline - is a far cry from the traditional town it used to be. The alleyways that were once scattered by the movement of donkeys are now flooded with motorcycles.

The once beautiful sea-front is now littered with stalls and shops, in direct contravention of the UNESCO town requirements.

Do you think the introduction of motorcycles, popularly known as boda bodas is eroding the town of its culture?

CGTN's Dinah Matengo finds out


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Kenya
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kenya, motorcycle, lamu, heritage