A very clever man made proposals on the space below that will be left by the Nairobi Expressway upon it's completion. In his meticulous design, he proposed that the space below should be converted into a pedestrian and cyclist pathway dotted with flowers for eco-friendliness.
You can watch the design he proposed in the link below:
Just only a few days after highlighting this, Kenyans have now spotted what appears to have been part of his proposal on the mega project.
He had from his video proposed turning the pillars of the Expressway green and sources also reveal that the contractor has already started planting flowers in the pockets.
Kenyans reacted differently to this news and below are some of their comments:
Nairobi Expressway is expected to be officially opened on March by the President with contractor now working day in day out to beat the March deadline. Upon it's completion, it will become the 2nd largest toll highway in Africa
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