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Kenyan government to spend Ksh 700 mln to decongest Nakuru city

The Kenyan federal government has pledged to spend Ksh 700 million (€5.7 mln) to put up a modern market and bus park at Old Fire station in Bondeni Estate in Nakuru with the aim of decongesting the Central Business District and boosting agricultural production in the region.

Nakuru Municipal Board Manager  Gitau Thabanja has stated that construction works at the 5-storey complex was 70 percent complete and upon completion, the market was expected to handle at least 150 tons of fresh vegetables, and would complement Nakuru Top and Wakulima markets which are located within the Central Business District, a kilometer away.

The manager added that the government had also kicked off construction of an additional market at London trading center, within Nakuru West Sub-County at a cost of Ksh 47 million to further decongest the city.

[ Ksh 100 = € 0.81 ]


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