Suswa SGR

Chinese technicians lay the Standard Gauge Railway Phase 2A at Suswa section 6 stations on August 1, 2018.  

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Government explains why SGR contract is secret 

What you need to know:

  • Transport PS says the petitioners have failed to demonstrate why they need the documents and how releasing them would benefit the public.
  • Petitioners want fundamental information about the project’s financing, tendering process and construction released to the public.

Transport Principal Secretary Joseph Njoroge says agreements entered between the government and China for building the Sh450 billion Standard Gauge Railway have non-disclosure clauses.


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