There will be heavy traffic tomorrow on major roads inorder to allow smooth ceremonial flag-off of the world Rally championship.The rally will happen in Nairobi and later head to Naivasha.
Nairobi Traffic boss said that the first vehicle will flagged around 12:45 pm
“Around 12:45 pm, the first vehicle will be flagged off headed to Ngomongo where spectators will be waiting for the actual event. This is an international affair and will attract many people that is why we will be on the lookout.”he said.
After Ngomongo, the rally cars will again use Thika road but exit around Muthaiga then join Wangari Maathai Road in the afternoon hours towards Naivasha.
Thika road and Uhuru Highway are the roads that will be greatly affected by the rally.Thus motorists will be forced to use other routes between 8am to 12 pm.
Nairobi Traffic boss Joshua Omukata urged all motorists and spectators to carefully so that they can avoid and any inconveniences.
He also said that the rally cars will leave safari park hotel for kasarani stadium around 6 am.
“The vehicles will leave Safari Park Hotel for Kasarani Stadium around 6 am and proceed to KICC via Thika road for a ceremonial flag off at 8 am. During that period, there will be traffic disruption on some major roads and we urge motorists to bear with us,” Omukata said.
The traffic boss said officers will ensure free flow of traffic and safety for everyone.
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