In Summary


  • The sports arena aas a football pitch, a basketball court, and a convertible court that can be used for netball volleyball and  handball.
  • The Sports Arena will also host other indoor sports activities.


Nairobi Governor   Johnson Sakaja has launched  Uhuru Complex Sports Arena marking a major milestone in nurturing talents in sports in Eastlands and Nairobi at large.

The arena will serve  residents in  Uhuru Estate, Kariobangi South/Uhuru Ward in Embakasi West Sub-County.

The sports arena has  a football pitch, a basketball court, and a convertible court that can be used for netball volleyball, handball. It also has a multipurpose hall to host indoor games like chess, table tennis among other sports. The sports complex also has a boxing ring to hold boxing matches and training.

Addressing the  Governor Sakaja reiterated  his commitment to improve and develop sports facilities in Nairobi in support of  youth talents and abilities.

Governor Sakaja and His Deputy Image/NCCG


“We will continue to build, develop and maintain more sports facilities in the city. We recently opened Dandora Stadium, now it’s Uhuru Complex Sports Arena and we have lined up works in Joe Kadenge Stadium, Woodley, Kihumbuini, Ziwani Githurai and Mukuru in this financial year,” Governor Sakaja said.

The Governor also revealed plans to take back all county’s sports facilities including Camp Toyoyo.

“Camp Toyoyo is a county facility and we are soon we will be working on it including laying a new turf. We are also in the process of coming up with a board to run and maintain our sports facilities”. He added.


“Amefanya poa tumekuwa na talents na hakuna vile tunazinature ni good idea and I think many will benefit from it.Huo ndio uongozi poa lazima tukae na vitu kama hizo Mtaani ndio vijana wetu pia waweze kujibamba na kukuza Talanta zao.” Fred Kubo Kariobangi South resident said.

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