Due to increased cases of accidents involving pedestrians and cars on major highways, the government took an initiative to build several footbridges along major highways including Think Superhighway. However,some of the footbridges risked being being abandoned by Pedestrians after what has now been reported happening at the footbridges.
Kenyans have sent alarm to the government over what has now been reported happening at the newly constructed Mlolongo footbridge.
Reports indicate that the footbridge has now become a haven of robbers sending Panick to Kenyans. Reports indicate that robbers have taken over the footbridge unleashing terror on users between 5:20am-6:30am and between 7:30pm to 10pm.
Kenyans are now calling upon security agencies especially the officers attached to Mlolongo police station to look into the matter.
The thieves appear to be taking advantage of the absence of CCTV cameras at the footbridges to wreck havock. The government should look into this matter before the pedestrians can shy away from using the footbridge and revert back to dangerously crossing the main roads.
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