Heavy rains have pounded on the city that has been under the sun for several months.
Fuel prices have gone down at Kobil Langata road pic.twitter.com/fMq2c1OimI
— Phil Samoei (@philemonsamoei) October 11, 2017
Even though Nairobians wished for a raining season, we have to get ready for the poor drainage system in Nairobi, with blocked sewage lines.
On Wednesday, 2 hour rain rendered the city almost immovable, a city that had sucked county budget money under the auspices of Governor Evans Kidero.
Nairobians have decided to give the sewage and drainage menace to another kid in the docket, Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
Whether he is fit for the job or not, only time will tell the fate of Kenya’s economic heartbeat throne