Barely a month after failing an inspection test carried out by Africa football governing body CAF, Sports Kenya has geared up their standards in ensuring that two of Kenya's biggest stadiums which include Kasarani and Nyayo stadiums pass the test.The body recently received 35,000 seats which have already been fitted into Kasarani Stadium as well as a set of FIFA standard substitution benches.
"The purpose of this exercise is not only to achieve CAF and FIFA requirements but also to modernize our facilities and make them more user friendly to our clients," Sports Kenya Director General Pius Metto said.
The last exercise in the uplift of the two stadiums will be the fitting of new floodlights which will facilitate night matches.How do you range the new look Kasarani Stadium over ten? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share, like and click on the follow button at the top right corner for more news and updates.
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