15 photos that will depress Nairobians
Plain cloth police officer whisks away a suspected thief who drew a knife when his victim raised an alarm at Muthurwa market before he was arrested.
A bulldozer clears a heap of garbage at the Busia Road stage in Nairobi’s Industrial Area.
Muthurwa market labourer lies drunk in sewage water. Most food cafes in the market are said to sell changaa to their clientel.
A man leaps over raw sewage at Muthurwa market in Nairobi.
Children fetch water from a burst pipe in Mathare.
A man tries to separate two men who were wrestling as touts and hawkers mill around for a piece of the action.
Anti-riot Police officers put out a bonfire lit by protesters on the streets of Nairobi.
The building that housed F1 Club House (Mad House) along Koinange Street in Nairobi that was an architectural masterpiece under demolition.
A University of Nairobi student hurls a tear gas canister to the police along University Way Nairobi during a protest over the delay by Higher Education Loans Board to remit funds.
Loosely hanging street lights at Roasters along Thika Superhighway.
Striking Matatu operators block the Thika Superhighway in Nairobi to protest what they termed as exorbitant parking fee charges by the County Government.
Commuters walk along Thika Superhighway when Matatus plying that route striked citing increased parking fees by the County Government.
A bus that was involved in the Thika Road blast.
The car that was involved in the Pangani blast that killed two civilians and two police officers.
Hawkers operating at Ngara, Nairobi along Thika Superhighway have to endure filthy smell from this heap of garbage as they go on selling their products.