There have been complains among Nairobi residents especially from pedestrians that have always felt marginalised on the roads. Photos have been shared of cars parking on pedestrian walkways and pedestrians forced to walk in between vehicles in the main road.
Photo courtesy: Some of the incidents in a photogrid.
The plights of the pedestrians appears to have reached the Nairobi county government that has now started to resolve the issue.
Together with the Nairobi Metropolitan Services, the county government of Nairobi has received praises from Kenyans after a newly meticulous work done by the two government bodies was shared in the group, Ma3Route
Photo shared reveals a proper walkway pedestrians walkway.
Kenyans congratulated the county government for such a good start to resolve the pedestrian safety that has been questioned severally on most Nairobi streets. See some of the reactions below:
The trend should continue in most Nairobi streets so that the pedestrian safety is guaranteed at this time when cases have become so common.
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