Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has said the Kasarani road that led to protests will be repaired immediately.
“We shall not have an state of anarchy in Nairobi, the formula for getting our roads done is not through chaos,” Sakaja said.
He emphasized that the best way to seek redress is through consultation with the relevant authorities.
Residents however said they would not stop their protests until they see the repair works begin.
Cyrus Kinoti, Director General at KURA, said they are aware of the poor state of roads in Nairobi and they have set aside Ksh.1.7billion.
Residents of Mwiki, Kasarani and Njiru endured a week of intense chaos that saw public transportation in the area come to a halt.