•Locals have appealed to the government to take up the action of completing the road that has caused nightmares.
•The demolished roads have exposed locals to filthy water making them prone to typhoid and cholera.
Road sections demolitions at Mukuru Kayaba has exposed residents to poor living conditions.
The demolished roads have left locals exposed to filthy water making them prone to waterborne diseases like typhoid and Cholera.
According to the residents, the demolition has also increased their day to day challenges including limited access to water and cleaning areas.
Some business premises were put down during the road demolitions making it difficult for the locals to earn a living.
Dida Roba, a local at Mukuru Kayaba is one of the affected business owners who was forced to improvise how to earn a living.
Roba now walks house to house trading tomatoes and onions after his business stall was among those brought down to pave way for the construction of a road within the area.
Locals have appealed to the government to take up the action of completing the road that has caused nightmares.