Kenya is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa interns of peace, tourists attraction centers among other recreational facilities. Thousands of tourists flocks in the country during summer season for a holiday. It is a privilege to be a citizen of such a blessed country. However, there are a section of people who likes to substage the good work of the Government.
Our country, Kenya is also one of the fastest growing country when it comes to economic development. Currently, an express way from Nairobi to Mombasa is underway. There are also other thousands Government completed projects like Thika superhighway, southern bypass which has greatly improved the transport sector in this country.
In this article,we are going to see a photo of a magnificent building that has sparked mixed reactions among Kenyans on social media. The building is called Britam Building located in Upper Hill. The kind of decorations made in this building one may this this is not in Kenya but rather in New York City.
The photo was posted on social media by Facebook page called "Road Alerts". The post attracted lots of mixed reactions among Kenyans on social media. Here are some of the comments;
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