The country is experiencing new technologies that are shaping its face. On Sunday May 1, a Kenyan posted on twitter account photos of Jericho market which has been under renovation. The market is located￼ in Nairobi county.
"I Know not related to Traffic. But this is Jericho Market. Pleasantly surprised this morning." The post states.
The post elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans thanking the government for the great work. Sammy Kungum stated, "Hope they can maintain the look...no writing on walls, if any writing only on the inside part of the foorits visible when open."
Another Kenyan said, "I think Kenya should be moved to United States, the tremendous works going on in different counties is something to congratulate the government. However much few mistakes are to blame, am extremely happy with it. It's not all about SGR and the Express Way, but markets too."
Kenya is technologically developing with projects like the Nairobi Express Way changing the face of the city. Below are samples of comments from Kenyans and some photos of Jericho market.
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