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Sakaja Makes an Announcement on The Upcoming Nairobi Festival

Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has officially announced much-hyped Nairobi Festival dubbed as "The Vibe of City" annually at Uhuru Park that is slated from 12th-17th December, 2022.

The county boss confided that the fete aims at bring together food, the arts, matatu art awards as well as colourful exhibitions on designated city streets.

"In December, we will set aside some streets to display culture, food, creativity and have Nganya awards for the best done Matatus. We shall also have rugby, football, basketball among other myriad activities" Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja said on Thursday when he launched the Green Park Terminus, which is adjacent to Uhuru Park.

He added that on the day the venue will be opened, city commuters will showcase their talents, skills and culture.

"It will be 4-5 days of extreme sherehe ambayo tutakuwa nayo hapa. Watu watakula sherehe hata wale ambao wanasema nimepiga bar wajue kelele yao ya estates ndio hatutaki. Hapa you can scream as much as you, play the music as loud as you want because you will enjoy it" added Governor Sakaja.

The process of initiating Uhuru Park and Central Park was initiated by defunct Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) in ensuring that it meets International Standards.

"7 days to go. Nairobi Festival. The vibe of the city" announced Governor Sakaja.

The Nairobi Festival Taskforce, the convener of the Nairobi Festival has requested interested vendors to apply for consideration to participate and display their wares during the forthcoming festival.

Entrepreneurs who have Creative Designs and Creative Solutions to Nairobi County's Challenges have also been encouraged to apply.

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