Today the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure hosted H.E. President William Ruto at the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Mtwapa - Kwa Kadzengo - Kilifi road project.(Lot 2) The road, is part of the Malindi - Lunga Lunga/Horohoro - Tanga - Bagamoyo East African Coastal Road Corridor.
Later, CS Kipchumba Murkomen took to social media to explain the road will play a big role in the region. That the 40.4km road involves the construction of a 7.4km dual carriageway from the proposed new Mtwapa Bridge to Kwa Kadzengo, and the upgrading of the existing road carriageway from Kwa Kadzengo to the start of Kilifi Bridge.
Upon completion, the highway will ease traffic flow along the stretch, improve pedestrian safety through the provision of footpaths and footbridges, resolve drainage issue in the area. The construction is financed by the GoK, ADB-ADF and the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund Grant. It will really be of real benefit to the people.
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