Uhuru Park and Central Park will be Free to All Once Opened

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has said the Uhuru and Central Park recreational facilities will be reopened to the public in December, 2022.

Nairobi Metropolitan Services closed Uhuru Park  and Central Park  in February last year to rehabilitate them and give a modernised outlook.

The governor said the recreational facilities will be free to the public and no charges will be levied on Nairobians who wish to visit the parks.

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

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