A new highway to link Kenya to South Sudan will cost the government and donors over 20 billion shillings. Engineers have begun designing the 250 kilometers Kitale-Lodwar-Nadapal road which will also boost Oil exploration and production in Turkana County. Secretary in the Ministry of Roads Engineer Phillemon Kilimo says the highway will also open up trade in the region.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: 20 Billion Set Aside for Kenya-Sudan RoadBy Cornelius Mwau, 10 December 2012
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