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Nairobi Roads that will be closed on Monday ahead of Supreme Court Ruling

A number of roads in Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) will be closed on Monday, as the Supreme Court is set to give a verdict on the Presidential Election Petition.

In a statement on Sunday, the National Police Service (NPS) said the roads will be closed after they receive a directive from the Supreme Court.

The directive is expected to be issued 2 hours before the time that the Court will convene to give its ruling on the presidential petition.

The road closure will be as follow;

Ngong road will be closed A the junction of Ngong Road 10 Avenue (opposite NHIF). No motorists will be allowed to access CBD through Kenyatta Avenue via Cathedral Road but instead are advised to we Haile Selassie Avenue.

Cathedral Road/Milimani Ngong Road which accesses Milimani Law Courts will be closed at Kenyatta Avenue/ Valley road Junction (NSSF).Only vehicles heading to the court will be allowed. All other motorists are advised to use Valley Road.

Cathedral road/Haile Selassie Avenue junction will be closed and Motorists are advised to use alternative route of Haile Selassie/Ngong Road.

Apart from the road closure, NPS has assured Kenyans that security has been beefed up across the country, with critical infrastructure in place.

“The public should not therefore panic and migrate from their homes or ordinary places of residence in fear and anticipation of chaos,” NPS said.

“Access to the Supreme Court shall be limited to the public, and all roads leading to the court premises shall remain closed,” it added in a statement on Saturday.

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