Anger, frustration as thousands stuck in 15-hour traffic jam on major highway

Frustrated motorists and passengers took to the social media to vent

Anger, frustration following 15-hour traffic jam on major highway

Thousands of passengers were stuck in Naivasha-Nakuru highway after a huge traffic snarl-up at Gilgil way bridge.

Travelers who were caught up in the in gridlock that lasted over 15 hours were forced to spend the night in the cold.

Kenyans took to twitter to express their frustration others blaming the motorists for overlapping while others blamed the Government for not putting effective measures to curb the endless traffic jams that have been experienced in the area.

It was further revealed that there was a pass out at NYS, and a graduation at Masinde Muliro University, Laikipia University and Cooperative University that could have contributed to the congestion of the road.

Motorists have recommended for a dual carriage way to ease movement on the road due to an increase in the number of cars in that route.

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