With the latest reports from the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA), some sections of the capital of Kenya shall be inaccessible. According to KURA, a section of Nairobi Thika road will remain closed for up to 3 months. First, the reports come just as the 2019 easter holidays kick off. The road that has since then been closed is most crucial as it always has lots of traffic.
Further, KURA said that the junction of Outering road and Thika Superhighway near GSU Headquarters.
Most noteworthy, the Nairobi Thika road shall remain closed for probably 3 months, till July 18th 2019. As a result, this will cause more inconvenience to commuters and motorists who were frequently used to this road. Below is a video clip of traffic situation along Thika road near to the closed junction. Have a look at it beneath