Kenya, S.Sudan in talks over road development
30 January 2013, 16:46
Nairobi - The governments of Kenya and South Sudan have kicked off consultative talks with various international donors to fund the KES 90 billion Juba-Eldoret development Corridor.
In a statement to Capital News, Finance Permanent Secretary Joseph Kinyua said the World Bank and African Development Bank have already shown interest of funding the project and are currently helping the two governments get more financiers as well as ensure all the resources are in place before the actual construction begins.
Roads Minister Franklin Bett said the study and design work on the Kenyan side has already started and is expected to be completed by May this year.
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