With the developments currently taking roots in central Kenya, the region is on a facelift to change the staate of roads. From a once ever congested road to now a super dual Carriageway highway the road which is under construction is changing the counties of Murang'a, Kirinyaga and Nyeri. The Nairobi Marua in Nyeri road. The road is boasting of being the best in the region as it links with the Thika Superhighway at Thika Delmonte region.
The cabinet secretary for transportation Hon. Macharia has assured Kenyans for a speedy completion of the highway which is due to use in March next year. The road was scheduled to be complete by December but the pace of construction was slowed down by the heavy long rains in March. Macharia has assured Kenyans that the road will be officially commissioned for use in March 2022 exactly five months to the next general election.
CS Macharia was speaking during an inspection of the MauMau road which is also under construction. Macharia went to the site after continued outcry from the public over the contractor failure to connect water pipes which were destroyed during the ground breaking activity.
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