The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Haille Selassie/Moi Ave. Roundabout Clear

Police countrywide have stepped up vigilance on the roads on the second day of the implementation of new traffic rules. Close to 1,000 motorists have ... ( Resource: New Traffic Laws Take Effect in Kenya

The Hallie Selassie/moi avenue roundabout is now clear after police threw tear gas at protesters. Ngong road is also clear and some matatus are operating. You are advised to be vigilant.

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