Kenyans have panicked and shown concerns over a bridge just before Kikuyu that is reported to be sinking slowly. The bridge is located along the Southern Bypass. According to a source familiar with the area,the road is surface is cracking fast. Kenyans are calling upon the Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA to move with speed and save the situation while indicating that a stitch in time saves nine."
"The bridge at Ondiri just before Kikuyu town along the Southern Bypass is slowly sinking. The road surface is cracking fast. KeNHA,look into this urgently. a stitch in time saves nine." Ma3Route shared.
This comes at a time Kenyans have constantly put a blame on KeNHA who they are accusing of not putting railguards on some bridges increasing the frequency of accidents like the recent accident at Njiru Bridge.
KeNHA should act with speed and resolve this problem early enough to prevent a catastrophe. Share this article widely to reach KeNHA.
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