Four people were killed when the DoD perimeter wall collapsed as they sheltered from heavy rain along Lenana Road in Nairobi.
Three who suffered injuries were rushed to hospital,
Kilimani OCPD Peter Katam told The Star on Friday.
The Kenya Red Cross Society said via Twitter that the road is among several affected. Others are
Dennis Pritt, Bunyala, Commercial Street and Uhuru Highway.
In Nairobi on Thursday, motorists and commuters were stuck in traffic following heavy rains that
Several roads including Kenyatta Avenue, and Ojijo Road in Westlands were flooded, forcing pedestrians to wade through to get to different parts of the city.
The meteorological department had warned of heavy rains from April to June.
It said Coast, Western, Central and Rift Valley regions would be affected.
Red Cross said heavy rainfall of 50mm or more is expected at the Coast, Western, Central and Northeastern parts of the country.
Pedestrians look on at the bodies of four people killed by the collapsed DoD wall at Lenana Road on April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY
A section of road in Nairobi's Industrial Area submerged under water following a heavy downpour April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY
An aerial view of the flooded Central Park in Nairobi following heavy rains on April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY
A section of Uhuru Highway submerged under rain water after the city experieced heavy downpour on April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY
A section of the collapsed DoD wall along Lenana Road in Hurlingham, Nairobi on April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY
A vehicle along Lenana Road that was swept by rain water after a section of the DoD wall collapsed on April 29, 2016. Photo/COURTESY