Nairobi Express way is taking its shape day by day and transforming the capital city of Kenya which is Nairobi. Nairobi Express way project was launched by the forth president of Kenya excellence Uhuru Mwigai Kenya and its main agenda was to transform the capital city of Kenya and reduce the current traffic jam experienced in the city during morning and evening hours.
As the project continues to take his vivid shape college and university graduates especially who are jobless have a good reason to smile again because Express way project is aiming to employ people who are holding degrees or diplomas in various fields.
According to the news report shared by Tuko on their Facebook page, the operator of the Nairobi Expressway seek to recruit 36 toll attendants and two account clerks and the applicant must have a degree or diploma certificate in any field. Success applicants would be tasked with the collection of parliaments from customers and the insurance of receipts and tickets.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that latest announcement by Nairobi Express way Project whereby some section of Kenyans are wondering why is government taxing his people on matters related to that road projects because not all people will afford to use that road.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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