Uhuru Gardens, which sits on 68 acres of land, was once a dark spot for Kenya, as colonialists imprisoned freedom fighters there before independence. It is today, however, a magnificent testament to the country's tenacity.
The military was given custody of the site while the president ordered a facelift, and they did not disappoint.The Kenya Defence Force's leader, General Robert Kibochi, praised the team of architects, engineers, troops, and cavils for their hard work and dedication.
1.Stephen Ndungu: Were it not for President Uhuru Kenyatta, Hon Raila Odinga and KDF, Uhuru Gardens would be an extension of Weston Hotel today. We thank God🙏
2.Mary Kangethe: Good job done,but Kenyans will always complain,they don't appreciate where appreciation is required
3.Kate Kaari: It's a beautiful piece only that it was unveiled when Kenyans are experiencing hard economic times, but anyway how many are living lavishly while their family members are sleeping hungry, ni life!!
4.Arsene Gunner: I liked the place....kdf did a really splendid job.
5.Tony Mwangi: A Tangatanga Ruto follower: we can't eat gardens ~Who bewitched these people!!
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