It is common to note some animals crossing the road but this one has gone far. Nairobi Expressway is a road that was completed and opened by our president Uhuru Kenyatta.
There are some rules that are to be followed when using this road and also there are some payment that is to be paid for you to access the same road. You also have to have some documents which will make you pass through.
However, there is a resent post on Kenyans.co.ke where a cow was noticed on this road.
This has caused a lot of reactions, others irrelevant to the the same post. Below are some of the reactions, "Comparing matha and gachagua is like life and death.. Martha is 'wangu wa makeri' a feminist, a men batterer and hater, a bad role model to the girl child and women. Gachangua is a stable family man, respects women and best role model to the boychild and Kenyans..ama vipi wasee ?" "Wah 😂😂is this the same road that I heard has strict measures? ATI sijui hata ukimwaga maji apo you'll be sued?🤔😂😂😂"
Below is the screenshot of the same tweet;
What is your reaction about it?
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