Through Ma3Route,a Kenyan has shared his frustration after an aspiring member of Parliament in Roysambu Constituency,James Wanjohi, is alleged to have poured black cotton soil along TRM drive instead of murram in the name of fixing it. According to the information shared,this has made the road to be impassable and the current rain in Nairobi has even made it more worse.
"An aspiring MP for Roysambu Constituency, James Wanjohi has literally poured black cotton soilalong TRM drive in the name of fixing it. The road is impassable and the rains have made it worse." Ma3Route shared.
You can watch the video in the link below:https://twitter.com/i/status/1464647574330171399
This spot along the TRM drive has remained to be in a sorry state for a long time and the authorities should look into a way to help the residents out of this mess.
While reacting to this development,Kenyans sarcastically commented that he is fixing Roysambu while indicating that the road has been in that state for a long time.
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