As the Kenya's iconic highway is snaking it's way through the capital, Kenya's have spotted a very huge mistake on the Expressway that they believe could be very dangerous to both the motorists and pedestrians.
According to sources familiar with the incident, a wall of the Expressway is leaking with water finding it's way into the road. The source indicates that this disaster in waiting is at Museum Hill road just after Villa Rosa.
Kenyans are now calling upon the government through Kenya National Highways Authority, KeNHA to revisit the this part of the Expressway and correct the mistake.
The photo shared shows a cracked wall. Water can quickly destroy that section and government should act with speed.
The expressway has seen very faster development with the Chinese contractor working round the clock to beat the March deadline that was set for it's completion.
Upon it's completion,it will become the second largest toll Highway in Africa after the Dakar Toll Highway in Senegal.
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