Motorists in Nairobi have been advised to avoid Thika Road and Uhuru Highway from 8am to 12 noon on Thursday, June 24 to pave way for the Safari Rally flag off at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC).
According to Nairobi Area Traffic Commander Joshua Omukata, the ceremonial flag off will start at KICC at 12.45 pm.
The vehicles will then pass through Parliament Road, Haile Selasie Avenue, Uhuru Highway, Wangari Mathai Road and then head to Kasarani via Thika Road.
After that, the Safari Rally vehicles will head back to Thika Road and pass through Muthaiga as they head to Naivasha.
The Nairobi Area traffic pointed out that even though there will be no closure of the said roads, there will traffic disruptions in the city and on the said roads.