ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has told Deputy President William Ruto to stop assuming the role of the DCI and peacefully continue poisoning the minds of the innocent Kenyans thinking that he will win during the upcoming 2022 general election in August. Speaking during his Meru Tour in Kinoru where the former Prime Minister had gone to mend political differences between allies of Peter Munya and those of Governor Kiraitu Murungi a move that was threatening to derail his 2022 Presidential Bid, the former Prime Minister slammed DP William Ruto asking him to first make his Ph.D. papers public before he can think of asking him (Raila) to produce his degree certificates.Also, Raila Odinga wondered why DP Ruto was obsessed with having him (Raila) disclose his degree papers while his engineering work can be seen on the Kenyan roads such as Nairobi Expressway, Kenol Marua Dual Carriage, and Thika Super Highway as a result of his technical and architectural design (s).
Macharia claimed that it had been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that only the Raila/Karua-led administration have the capability and aptitude to carry out the projects started by the previous administration. He claimed that because both Raila and Karua have withstood the test of time, Kenyans should have no reason to question their ability to lead.
The Kenol Marua road facelift and expansion to a dual Carriageway has brought about a new change to the region. From a once one way traffic road the busy highway can now accommodate vehicles in double lanes on each side of the road. Though not fully complete the road is without doubt the most beautiful in the country.
The Kenol Marua road is among the super big projects in the region. This road has been undergoing expansion and it's opening has been welcomed by users with open hands. Though not the entire Strech of the over 40 km road has been opened motorists are counting blessings as the road has reduced the time spent from Kenol to Sagana from one hour to only 20 minutes.
"President Uhuru's Legacy" See Photos Of Sh16 Billion Kenol-Marua Dual Carriageway As It Takes Shape
A lot of infrastructural development have been witnessed in Kenya since president Uhuru Kenyatta assumed the office of presidency for a second term in 2017. Many roads connecting different regions have been constructed in the country. Thanks to the government of Kenya because these roads play a vital role in liberating Kenya's economy by promoting transportation of people and goods in the country.
Businessmen from Nyeri have voiced their expectations to ODM leader Raila Odinga ahead of his visit to the region this week. On Monday, businessmen drawn from the county said they were looking forward to Raila’s trip, saying they were ready to give him their votes.
Infrastructural development is president Kenyattas leading legacy as he seek to exit office this year. The construction work which has been ongoing to expand the Kenol to Marua road has been a debate after the road work took alot of time before completion. A phased visit by the president and the minister incharge of transportation has seen a gradual change with the road work nearing it's completion.
Central Kenya is the new hub for new development projects. Billions of money are being spend either to renovate, establish or grow projects. According to a review done by Inooro tv on Sunday evening news. These projects are in line with the presidents big four agenda and will change the face of the region.
The Kenol Marua highway has been associated with many accidents over the last three months. Various reasons may have contributed to the accidents but the major is as a result of the continous narrowing down of the road as a result of the construction. With the rainy season going on there is need to have proper road marks which demarcate the road and the region under construction.
A dual carriageway is a road which usually has two lanes of traffic travelling in each direction with a strip of grass or concrete down the middle to separate the two lots of traffic. Roads with two or more carriageways are designed to higher standards with controlled access are generally classed as motorways, freeways, etc., rather than dual carriageways.
Kenol-Marua dual carriage will be connecting the Northern transport corridor to the Lapsset corridor, and that the road is 84KM and will.cost not more than 15B. Empowering small holder farmers to produce more is the core of the Food Security pillar of President Kenyatta's Big Four Agenda.
The country is making steps towards increasing revenue collection. This is in a bid meant to cover the huge gap in each financial years budget. Motorists are now starting at a tough days ahead, this is after the state tabled rules which will give a go ahead towards collecting a toll fee from motorists using the following major highways.
After the long wait, president Uhuru Kenyatta's government has finally started tarmacking of the the 84km Kenol-Marua dual carriageway which will be completed in June next year.The Kenol-Marua road expansion is one of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy projects in Central Kenya.From photos taken on Saturday morning by a renown politician from Nyeri County Mr Kamau Gatwechi, the road has already had a good portion of it well tarmacked.
Speaking in Thika Town during the launch of his presidential campaign dubbed 'Azimio Mashinani' on Saturday, ODM leader Raila Odinga told the crowd that he is the brain behind the Thika Superhighway, the first superhighway in the whole East Africa. Raila explained that by the time of the building of the superhighway, many houses were demolished and people complained.
President Uhuru Kenyatta today inspected the expansion of the Kenol - Sagana - Marua road, a new four-lane dual carriageway that forms part of the Trans-Africa Highway.Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia shared pictures on his social media, showing the President inspecting the 84km highway, which he says will ease congestion.