At least sh1.2 million is spent in a month on Mombasa road alone on patrols and repair of vandalized facilities. The government is seeking a contract to maintain the Thika superhighway following vandalism that has cost tax payers millions in repairs. Secretary Micheal Kamau says they are banking on amendments to the scrap metal Act.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Millions Spent in Repairs of Roads Due to VandalismBy Alice Waweru, 20 December 2013
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