10-01-2017 by redazione
Progress for the tarmac of the road that leads to the entrance hall from Malindi Gate of Tsavo East National Park.
After the stretch from Malindi to the village of Ganda they have been leveled and are now in very good condition (for years, paradoxically, was the bumpy ride) these days have been hung out the first few kilometers of tarmac from Ganda towards Kakuyuni.
In total, the first phase of work includes twelve kilometers of asphalt and should be completed by the end of January.
For the next forty kilometers, providing for the establishment by the end of July so that the work can be viewed and magnified by the president during berthing in Malindi in the last days of campaigning.
(In the photo of the Friends of Tsavo, the first stretch of asphalt on Tsavo Road)
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