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The Chukudu, found mostly in the streets of Goma, is what people, mostly children use to transport hundreds of kilos from place to place.

It is amazing to see them moving so fast around the crowded streets.

They came with the thousands and thousands of refugees that used to cross the border from Rwanda to Goma in RDC.

Now, the Chukudu is a kind of a staple in Goma, and is the first thing you notice driving down the streets and the busy markets.

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  1. Interesting to know and see 🙂

  2. Interesting vehicle. I have never seen one before. Love the quote about the children–so true. Makes me sad. We must all do our part.

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