The much anticipated Nairobi Expressway which is much iconic for the Kenya transport sector, comes to nearly completion with all citizens mesmerised to have a trip down the modern road.
The Nairobi Expressway was first designed by the late And former President Hon Mwai Kibaki and The right Honorable Former Prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga government. It was then made possible through the Kenyatta Government and it remains to be a key landmark that Kenyatta Uhuru will be remembered for after the Standard Guage Railway which connect the East Africa Countries.
But it's comes to a shock that It is crime Punishable by law with atleast good years of imprisonment if one is seen taking or photographing the Nairobi Expressway in Amy sort or graphic capture.
This comes just a day before the much awaited Marathon under Kip Keino Classic field track events which will take place on Saturday the 7th of May.
Ot is believed that the marathon will be conducted along the road amd that all sports fans had to take a memorable picture but this hurts it all.
DO YOU BELIEVE IT IS A CRIME TO TAKE PICTURES OF GOVERNMENT INFRASTRUCTURES ???
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