Controversial city blogger Robert Alai has termed the pedestrian exit at the Greenpark Bus Terminus as too narrow and a ticking time bomb saying people might die.
According to a post on his twitter handle,Alai attached a photo showing how people were jumping since they couldn't leave in a queue.
"The Pedestrian exit at the Greenpark Bus Terminus is too narrow and a ticking time bomb.In a security are, people might die.This is how people were jumping because they couldn't leave in a queue,"he wrote.
His observation comes barely a month after president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga inspected the terminus and were taken around as its completion neared.
The park is set to be launched early next month by Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) as it is on the final touches currently.Matatus from Ngong,Kibera,Rongai and Dagoreti will terminate their journey at the park.
Although its completion date have been pushed severally,the park will help ease the congestion of vehicles in the Nairobi capital city.
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