Kenya Railways has issued Nakuru-Kisumu railway passengers a reason to smile once the railway starts to operate.
In a post on Facebook Kenya Railways said that passengers get to enjoy themselves during the journey.
Passengers get to see Rift valley, industries located in several towns and also transport cargo. This is after Kenya Railways took a test ride today.
"Once the Nakuru-Kisumu Railway line is in operation, passengers will get to enjoy the scenic Rift Valley during travel. Industries in the towns of Nakuru, Njoro, Molo, Londiani and others along the line will be able to transport cargo with ease." Kenya Railways posted.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Rails Odinga are expected to launch operations and take the first ride of the Nakuru-Kisumu railway.
The long awaited railway will be operational thereafter. What do you feel about this? Is it a good move? Give your opinion in the commenting section below.
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