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Video showing the increasing rate of road accidents along the Northern Corridor which affects trade


There has been an increase in commercial truck road accidents along the Northern Corridor in East Africa which has negatively affected the economies of all landlocked nations that heavily depend on this transport corridor to transact businesses both import and export activities. It is not unusual to find trucks that have overturned on the Northern Corridor, which cuts across six East African countries. There are also quite a number of accidents involving heavy commercial vehicles. There are notorious black spots along the corridor in most countries that the highway passes through, such as Salgaa in Kenya and Masaka in Uganda.





laurence Ullmann   Joseph Semuju   marie-pascale baye   N'goran David Koffi