How Kerra is using technology to improve roads in rural areas

President Uhuru Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta, Transport CS James Macharia (left) and Kenya Rural Roads Authority (Kerra) Acting Director-General Philemon Kandie (centre) during the commissioning of the Kodaga-Wagau-Akala road in Siaya County.

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The Jubilee administration has so far built more than 10,000 kilometres of roads in the last eight years, and almost half of them have been built by the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (Kerra), Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia has said.

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