The government of Kenya has borrowed Sh6.4 billion from South Korea to finance the Bus Rapid Transport Project.

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The government of Kenya has once again pushed the country’s ever-increasing and over-stretched loan burden higher.

This is after it borrowed another Sh6.4 billion from South Korea to finance the new Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) project.

The taxpayers (Kenyan) will service the new loan until January 29th, 2061.

KOT agrees that we need expansion of the country’s road infrastructure.

But they are complaining about the amount of money that is lost through corrupt dealings.

Some went on to remind the President about the statement he had made earlier that Kenya loses an estimated 2 billion each day.

The project was first launched in 2015 by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

But allegedly, due to the government’s lack of funds to develop the system’s infrastructure and buy the high-capacity buses, the project was put on hold.

Photos of what to expect of the BRT project.

{BRT Infrastructure: Photo Courtesy}

The government of Kenya has that the private sector will run the BRT system.

The contraction of the BRT along the Thika Super High Way is almost complete.

Below are some photos of the Nairobi expressway.

{Nairobi Expressway: Photo Courtesy}

More stations are also under construction along the Nairobi Expressway.

{Nairobi Expressway: Photo Courtesy}

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