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  • USD 99.89 million road upgrade project confirmed by KeNHA in Kenya

    Posted on :Friday , 7th August 2020

    The Government of Kenya, through the state-owned Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), is planning to undertake a USD 99.89 million Kiambu to Thika road upgrade project, which will see an upgrade of 62 kilometers of road connecting Kiambu Road and Thika Highway at B30 / A2. The road upgrade from Kiambu to Thika begins at Junction B32 / B30 on Kiambu Road and continues through Kirigiti, Ria. . .

  • Kenya will rehabilitate the Nakuru-Kisumu railway line from this month

    Posted on :Friday , 7th August 2020

    Kenya's national government is expected to begin reconstruction of the old / metre-gauge railway line from Nakuru to Kisumu this month through national railway cooperation (Kenya Railways Corporation).


    It is according to Philip Mainga, the managing director of Kenya Railways. Mr. Mainga said the project would be carried out within 8-12 months by Kenya Railway Engineers, Natio. . .

  • Kenya seeks a Nairobi Expressway Plan consultant

    Posted on :Friday , 7th August 2020

    The Republic of Kenya's national government, through the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development and Public Works, represented by the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), a state-owned company formed under the Kenya Roads Act with the mandate to manage, build, rehabilitate and maintain national roads, is in search of a consultancy firm for the ongoing Nairobi Exp. . .

  • Kenyan Government presents a positive FY20-21 budget against Covid-19 backdrop sets a trajectory for recovery and growth

    Posted on :Monday , 29th June 2020

    As the world prepares itself for a new normal post corona virus, countries in the East African region are also pulling all stops to ensure economic revival. The Kenyan Government has presented a USD 26 Billion budget for the fiscal year 2020 - 21. The period for this budget starts from the 1st of July, 2020 to 30th June, 2021. Seeking to tackle the adverse impact from a list of factors like the. . .

  • Kenya to construct four waterfronts in the Coast, Western and Rift Valley regions to boost tourism

    Posted on :Friday , 7th February 2020

    The government of Kenya is planning to construct four waterfronts in Western and Rift Valley regions, and along various water bodies in the coast said by Tourism CS Najib Balala. The big move comes intending to increase tourism in particular regions along with the country as a whole.


    Balala said that the government of Kenya has set aside funds for the planned projects after t. . .


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