There are many challenges that motorists using different highways located in the cosmopolitan city face. One of the greatest problem that smooth movement of motorists along the Outering Road in Nairobi city is the cow menace.
According to report by Kenyans.co.ke, a herd of cattle is reported to hinder daily operations of motorists using the Outering Road. Outering is a dual carriageway that connects the Central Business District of Nairobi to the surrounding areas.
Herd of cattles are reported to have been spotted resting in the middle of Outering Road. The owner of the cows is unknown. The cows are making the work of drivers and cyclists using the highway to be very hard. The cows cause traffic congestion along the Outering Road.
To help in ensuring smooth traffic flow and to reduce the incidences of accidents along Outering Road, one way is to find the owners of the roaming herd of cattles in Nairobi and have teach them the benefits of not keeping cattles in the city. The cattle owners should also play their role by restraining their animals.
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