Kenya is seeking funds from the United States (US) for the expansion of the busy Mombasa-Nairobi highway into a dual carriageway.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) said it has opened talks with America’s export-import (Exim) bank for the financing of the multibillion-shilling project.
The 485-kilometre highway is crucial for trade in the region since it connects the Mombasa port to hinterland markets, including landlocked Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi. Read more. Source | Business Daily