KURA disowns a ‘KURA’ billboard erected along Ngong Road
The Kenyan Urban Roads Authority (KURA) has weirdly disowned a billboard that was suspiciously erected along Ngong Road.
The billboard, curiously, is in the name of KURA itself, in bold yellow colors erected on a shabby concrete slab.
However, the KURA management has disowned the billboard and has announced that the people behind it will face prosecution.
Please Note, the Billboard placed along Ngong Road is Illegal and @KURAroads has NOT issued any Approvals to erect the Structure. The Billboard will be demolished and the culprits will face legal action. It is illegal to place any structure on our Roads without requisite Approval pic.twitter.com/BWWBUT4C0j
— KURA (@KURAroads) February 13, 2020
People have however failed to understand why anyone, other than KURA, would erect a billboard in the company’s name.
Others have raised suspicion that KURA may have been embarrassed by the shabby work they did and are now running away from their mistakes.
And to be honest, that’s one crappy billboard.
A case of right hand not knowing what left is doing! It’s a KURA sign and you have no idea who put it there? Very interesting indeed!!
— @ruhiu_ken (@ken_ruhiu) February 13, 2020
— Joyce Nyairo (@jnyairo) February 13, 2020
Are you saying even KURA has kieleweka and Tanga tanga factions?
— Evanson Minjire (@evanson_minjire) February 13, 2020
Amazing callousness. This one we are not buying. Someone in your failing organization knew about it. Just admit it
— Peter Kioni (@mutuaruhiu) February 13, 2020
So kura is issuing a warning against itself this is interesting
— 🇰🇪rolex oyugi🇰🇪 (@rolex_oyugi) February 13, 2020