Motorists and drivers have been warned against heavy traffic snarl-ups on Thika Road, especially Thika bound near Githurai. According to the report shared by the Kenya National Highways Authority, the traffic snarl-ups on Thika Road is because of an accident that occurred on Friday evening.
However the police officers are already on the site clearing the accident. Therefore motorists and drivers are advised to take caution, if possible they have been urged to use alternative routes. Moreover, Kenya National Highways Authority urges all drivers to adhere to the traffic rules and regulations.
"Motorists are advised of s heavy build up of traffic on Thika Road, Thika bound near Githurai us due to a road accident. Police officers are already on the site clearing the accident. Motorists driving along the route are advised to take caution, use alternative routes and obey traffic martials. Efforts are underway to resume normal traffic flow." Kenya National Highways Authority wrote on social media platforms.
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