Mombasa road residents to go without water for two days

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Due to the ongoing building of the Express Highway, the Nairobi City Water and Sewerage Company stated on Wednesday that the water delivery pipeline along Mombasa Road will be shut off.

In a notice, the company’s Managing Director Nahason Muguna said the shutdown will facilitate interconnection of the relocated pipeline to the old pipeline from the junction of Bunyala Road and Uhuru Highway to the junction of Lusaka Road and Mombasa Road.

It will take place on Thursday from 6 am to October 1 at 6 am.

Areas to be affected are Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Standard Gauge Railway, Athi River Export Processing Zone, Coca-cola, Mukuru, Imara Daima, estates, and industries along North Airport Road and Embakasi village and Tassia estate.

Estates along Jogoo Road, such as Bahati, Makadara, Bahati, and Maringo, and other nearby communities, would be impacted.

Estates and industries along North Airport Road, Embakasi village, Tassia estate, the General Services Unit, administration police training institutions, and the Nairobi inland container terminal would all be affected.

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