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Traffic snarl-up on Thika superhighway ahead of opening

09 November 2012, 11:54

Nairobi - Motorists using Nairobi - Thika superhighway on Friday morning experienced an unusual traffic snarl-up ahead of the official opening by President Mwai Kibaki.

According to Daily Nation, matatu operators increased fare by 100 per cent, while private vehicles felt the inconvenience of being stuck in traffic.

Motorists using the superhighway, which cost the government KES 31 billion converged on four lanes along one highway, as the other was closed to the public for final touches.

- For more visit Daily Nation


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