Kenya gets Sh50bn World Bank loan for roads

Kenya has signed a Sh50 billion infrastructure loan with World Bank to fund part of the Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project.

National Treasury Cabinet secretary Henry Rotich said the funds will be used to rehabilitation the 287 kilometere Nakodok- Loichangamatak that traverses Trans Nzoia, West Pokot and Turkana counties.

The government will also develop a 40 kilometre section between Loichangamatak and Lokichar (Turkana County) at a cost of Sh17.6 billion.

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