A section of Thika Road saw motorists stuck in traffic for over 2 hours on Saturday morning.
Some took to Twitter wondering what had caused the snarl up while others warned fellow motorists to avoid the superhighway at all costs.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) had announced that a section of the Thika Superhighway would be closed for 5 days starting August 21.
If you are planning to use Thika road just take a flight its not worth it.
— Jamal (@MuxsiDiin) August 22, 2020
— KenyanTraffic (@KenyanTraffic) August 22, 2020
Traffic On Thika Road Cleared After KeNHA Allowed Use Of Service Lanes https://t.co/uOD6ysGiDg
— Wycliffe Nyamasege (@w_nyamasege) August 22, 2020