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EABL Accused of Grabbing a Public Road

Uninspiring EABL CEO Jane Karuku

A concerned Kenya has sent to us a concern that Jane Karuku led EABL has a tendency of blocking a public road heading to Ngumba Estate and the one Joining Thika Super Highway via Roasters interchange.

According to the concerned Kenyan, EABL blocks Ngumba Lane to allow long pick up and deliveries at the EABL Distribution Yard located on the left side along Ngumba Lane- a public road.

For those plying Thika Super Highway, motorists can avoid traffic by diverting just before Garden City, take a detour which takes you through EABL along Ngumba Lane, then rejoin Thika road at Roasters.

“Hello bro, there is an issue I want you to highlight. EABL should tell residents of Ngumba Estate and other road users if Ngumba lane is their private road or a public road. EABL has a tendency of blocking Ngumba lane and causing heavy traffic. Residents have complained but the company neither listens nor responds. The pickups going to EABL on the Ngumba road are always causing traffic by parking on the road,” 

EABL has also a tendency of hiring contractors who lack courtesy of issuing a notice when closing the public Road.


The contractor doing EABL road lacks courtesy, they close the road without putting up notices

Where is KeNHA and KURA?

Kenha and KURA have been asked to act on this by the road users who are very concerned

Why is EABL still closing the public road to Ngumba Estate?

In other related stories…

The Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) revealed that Jane Karuku led East African Breweries Limited (EABL) is being probed for hindering fair trade.

EABL has a tax bill of Ksh 22 billion on Senator KEG, you will never hear the CEO being arrested because they can bribe ODPP and DCI officers to arrest the competition. Kitambo it used to  bribe bars with TVs and DSTV connections so as not to sell products of competition

How EABL through Diageo, KBL are promoting intemperate drinking in Kenya

I witnessed in a bar along Ngong Road where EABL paid the establishment Ksh 200 for each Heineken and Summit beers not sold. EABL and Coke should be charged with economic sabotage through anti-competition practices if people are being held to account. Witnesses all over” 

In 2014, CAK investigated the alcoholic beverages sector following complaints against EABL.

The EABL’s subsidiary, Kenya Breweries Ltd, was found to enjoy a dominant position in the production of beer with about 90 per cent market share based on sales revenues.

More articles about EABL HERE




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