17-11-2016 by redazione
The internal road from Mambrui to Marafa will soon be paved. Marafa is the large village famous for Hell's Kitchen, canyon that has always been a tourist attraction for its colors and the contrast with the African nature.
After the project of the road that leads to the entrance hall from Malindi Gate of Tsavo East National Park, former party and of which the first 12 kilometers of asphalt from Ganda in Kakuyuni will be inaugurated later this year, the government decided also to allocate funds to one of the most important arteries of the hinterland of the northern coast of Kenya.
The way it serves the Magarini town and allows you to get quickly to Baricho, village on the banks of the Galana river upon which much of the coastal water reserve.
Deus ex machina of the road reconstruction is the parliamentary majority, elected right in the Magarini District, Harrison Kombe.
Obviously important for the Government and the Parliamentary this important project begins before the next national elections scheduled for August 2017. The Magarini district is also what from which the County Governor of Kilifi Amason Kingi, always a contender Kombe.
The asphalting of Mambrui-Marafa road is part of the budget of the Ministry of Transport for infrastructure in the County of Kilifi, project for the reconstruction of 1,200 kilometers of roads by 2019. Among the guidelines that will be paved, in addition to Tsavo Road the road to Marafa, there will also be the link between the hinterland and Kilifi to Malindi, with Bamba-Malanga-Langobaya road. In the future, with the bridge that would connect the Galana Langobaya with Baricho, in practice it would have a shorthand all paved the Mombasa-Nairobi (up to Mariakani) that would connect the trucks to the road to Lamu Malindi well. This would relieve congestion on the Malindi-Mombasa, the traffic of the port city and also the passage of large trucks in the center of the tourist town of Malindi.
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