Total Energies aka Total Petrol Station is located along Mombasa road in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi. Mombasa highway is a key national trunk road that is run, managed and maintained by the independent body called KeNHA (Kenya National Highway Authority).
Today, report by Ma3Route shows that the condition of Mombasa road near Total Energies is pathetic. The road can lead to serious accidents if attention is not paid to it as soon as possible by the relevant authority.
According to Ma3Route, the road has no service lane that aids in giving directions to motorists. The service lane needs to be fixed on Mombasa road at Total Energies to help in preventing occurrence of any accidents which might claim lives.
The incident at Total Energies has elicited reactions from many people online. Talking about the matter in Tweeter, most of them have revealed that they aren't pleased with the current condition of Mombasa road. Some can be seen saying, "Upuzi umejaa Kenya hii." This speech shows that the authority concerned about the road should not neglect the matter but should come out and address the problem immediately.
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