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The demolition of all buildings on Kenya Railways land along Geoffrey Kamau Way has seen trader lose their jobs.
Nairobi-Nakuru-Kisumu medium meter gauge railway and the Sh160 billion expansion of the Limuru-Nakuru road is expected to pass through the demolished building.
The project which will starts at Lironi all the way to Mau Summit is being undertaken under the Presidential Delivery Unit, with engineers from the Kenya Defence Forces providing the technical support.
The demolition has put a serious blow for most business owner as some were barely a few months old while others were yet to open doors.
Kenya government announced the project way back in July and even said they have issued notice to tenants.
However, some tenant maintained that they were given a six-hour notice to vacate their premises and complained that the notice was too short.
The project is set to help boost Kenya economy once it became operational but the question now is how will those tenant start from scratch after years of operating in that particular locality.