The expressway will give Nairobi an exceptional look and probably make it the busiest town in East Africa.
It's currently under construction and expected to be complete very soon.
Take a look at the comments on the screenshots.
Forget about the flip side of the Jubilee Government, if we take a look at the plethora of projects initiated by the head of state, then we don't need to question his leadership.
It is no doubts that he will leave indelible marks to Kenyans.
However much the government has failed to account for the looted and embezzled funds, we should also credit him for the massive developments witnessed in the country.
Stalled projects got a new lease of life after he was elected as the fourth president of Kenya.
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