Ruto's government seems to more determined in improving the economy o Kenya and improving the standards of living of Kenyans. The government has initiated alot of development projects in the country.
Photo: Courtesy (collage of Nyayo stadium in Nairobi)
The leadership of President William Ruto has begun constructing a multi-billion stadium in Embu county. The construction work will be fully funded by the national government.
The Embu county stadium is projected to be completed in a record of 5 months. The stadium will be built to international standards. It will have a capacity to accommodate 20,000 people.
According to reports, the Embu county stadium will be used to host the 2023 Madarak Day Celebrations. Apart from holding national events, the stadium will be used to promote talents of youths in the region. It will be used to hold sporting activities and cultural events. Somewhere else, governor James Orengo is also constructing a multimillion modern stadium in Siaya county.
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