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Uhuru Park Will Be Free to The Public, Sakaja Declares


Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has stated that no charges will be levied on anyone who wishes to visit Uhuru Park.

Sakaja says the park will be reopened to the public in December.

Uhuru Park and Central Park were closed to the public in February last year by NMS for rehabilitation.

“This is just the beginning, the county is in the process of rehabilitating all the parks across the county where our people can rest and enjoy the environment,” Sakaja said when launching the World Tourism Day at City Hall.

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He further reiterated that he will reclaim social places that had been grabbed and repurpose them back to their initial use where young people can be able to exploit their talents and be creative.

“Some scrupulous people have grabbed some of these social amenities areas, we are reclaiming them, improving them and will create new ones to ensure every sub-county has at least a recreational facility,” Sakaja added.

World Tourism Day has been held on 27 September each year since 1980 to foster awareness among the international community on the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value.

By Allan Otieno


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