The High Court has ordered the government to construct toilets along major highways in the country.
In a petition filed by Lawyer Adrian Kamotho, the government has been requested to provide sanitary services along the highways.
Judge Kossy Bor called on the Transport CS to convene a committee constituting the Kenya National Highway Authority, KENHa, Kenya Urban Roads Authority, Council of Governors and Kenyan Rural Road Authority.
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The High Court disagreed with a request by the Lawyer to have the services provided within 60 days citing implementation of policy challenges.
He continued by requesting that the policy should ensure that each and every person benefits from the toilets to be constructed.
Counties were not spared either as Lawyer Kamotho called on governors to ensure clean sanitary services are provided to the citizens.