Heavy Traffic Expected on Busy Nairobi Roads, Here's Why

  • A section of the Thika Superhighway Twitter
  • Heavy traffic is expected along Thika Road and Lang'ata Road on Friday, December 6, due to two graduation ceremonies that are set to take place.

    Mt Kenya University and The Co-operative University of Kenya are set to hold the ceremonies today, with thousands expected to grace the occasions.

    Mt Kenya University, which is holding its 17th graduation ceremony, has issued an alert and advisedĀ on the alternative routes for drivers using Thika Road.

    "Motorists are advised to use alternative routes where possible as shown in the maps to avoid delays by traffic," the institution informed on Twitter.

    Alternative routes that can be used to get to Mt Kenya University (COurtesy MKU Twitter)
    Alternative routes that can be used to get to Mt Kenya University (Courtesy MKU Twitter)
    Alternative routes that can be used to get to Mt Kenya University (COurtesy MKU Twitter)
    Alternative routes that can be used to get to Mt Kenya University (Courtesy MKU Twitter)

    Further, the Institution stated that police officers would be deployed to help control the traffic.

    The institution will be holding the ceremony at Pavillion Grounds, along Thika-Garissa road.

    At the same time, The Co-operative University of Kenya which is located in Karen will also be holding its graduation ceremony.

    Hence, transport along Lang'ata road is expected.