The government of president Uhuru Kenyatta has been improving infrastructure and communication in the country. Some few weeks ago, president Uhuru Kenyatta launched the new expressway in Nairobi and thousands of Kenyans have been using the same road. Furthermore, some few years back, president Uhuru Kenyatta officially launched SGR from Mombasa county and it has been used to transport goods from the coast region to Naivasha.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about the Tanzania SGR. As per the latest report circulating in social media, it has finally confirmed that Tanzania electric train has managed to hit 160km per hour. The project has used billions of money under the government of president Suluhu.
Furthermore, if you compare between Kenya SGR and Tanzania SGR, you will know that Tanzania SGR use electricity while the Kenya SGR use diseal.
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Tanzania will be the East Africa country in history to have an electric train.
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