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Kenya National Highway Authority (KeNHA) staff, together with Axle Load Enforcement & Highway Unit (ALEHU) and Weighbridge management team (ECWLtd), distributed drinking water to truck drivers in Mlolongo and Juja weighbridges in celebration of Customer Service Week on Wednesday, October 5.
The Kenya National Highways Authority, popularly known as KeNHA, is a significant state corporation in charge of the country’s vibrant road systems.
The authority has sustainably stood up to its tasks since its founding in 2008 under the Kenya Roads Act 2007.
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Besides developing, rehabilitating, managing, and maintaining road systems, KENHA takes a lead role in attaining vision 2030 by realizing infrastructural goals.
The Kenya National Highway Authority portal is a resourceful site for stakeholders interested in locating vital information and office credentials regardless of their location.
Among the most beneficial resources at KeNHA online are box number, telephone, and email contacts that enable you to make any inquiries.
Also important is the KeNHA organizational structure, best experienced through the milestones of KeNHA's ongoing projects and the successes of completed projects.
Kenya is celebrating Customer Service Week like the rest of the world this week.
During this period, organisations celebrate individuals and teams doing this demanding work and inspire others to do the same.
It is the perfect time to boost morale, motivation, and teamwork. Reward frontline representatives for the vital work they do all year long.
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However, this week, Kenyans have used social media to share customer service experiences while buying cooking gas from different vendors.
In a Facebook post, Wahome Thuku, a blogger, narrated what it takes to buy a KGas from Quickmart supermarket in Kitengela, Kajiado county.
He also shared what it entails to buy the same gas from Rubis Petrol Station in the same locality.
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