Although there are many forms of transport in Kenya, road transport is the most popular one and widely spread. This is due to its cost effective nature and of course its availability. For that reason government of Kenya has invested heavily on road construction to ensure smooth transportation within the country. Kenya National Highway Authority is the state corporation entitled with mandate to manage, develop, rehabilitate and maintain class S, A and B National roads.
Since the corporation was founded in 2007, it has brought notable changes when it comes to road construction in Kenya. In connection to that, not long ago KeNHA tweeted road construction that is ongoing along Kitui Kibwezi road that is expected to develop the country. Below was the tweet.
The tweet boasted amazing pictures of the construction and below were shared pictures.
The road will improve movements between Nairobi region and coastal part of Kenyan, hence development. This post attracted Kenyans reactions and below are some of the Kenyans reactions.
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