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Busy section of Mombasa road to be closed for 8 days

Kenha announces closure of Mombasa road

Motorists held up in a traffic jam

The Kenya National Highway Authority (Kenha) has announced the closure of a section of Mombasa Road at Mlolongo for eight days.

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In a statement seen by Pulselive.co.ke, Kenha said that the road will be closed from 12 November to 20 November to allow installation of a deck at the footbridge in Mlolongo town.

"... a section of Mombasa Road at Mlolongo will be closed between the dates of 12th November and 20th November in order to install the deck of the footbridge in Mlolongo town," the statement read in part.

"Motorists heading to Nairobi and Mombasa will use the provided diversions as directed by the signs and Traffic marshals," it continued.

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