A number of development projects are currently undergoing in the country, courtesy of the national government.The projects include road construction and rehabilitation among others.One of the major projects that is currently undergoing in the country is the construction of the multimillion Ahero Interchange that was launched by the national government through Kenya National Roads Authority(KeNHA).
Kenyans have raised concern about the progress of the construction of the project after a photo of its current state has leaked online.Following a post by the Kenya road traffic alert ma3route,Kenyans have raised concern claiming that the construction is so slow and has led to traffic snarl up around that area.The Ahero Interchange construction was launched in the year 2015 by the national government and the construction was later paused in the year 2020 due to covid 19 surge in the country.However,the construction has resumed now and Kenyans are advised to be patient and give the contractor humble time to do his work before they start looking for mistakes.
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