The Cabinet Secretary for Transport together with the Head of State President William Ruto yesterday launched a mega billion project in Nairobi. The project include revamping of the Nairobi Railway Station and construction of new Nairobi Railway City.
CS Kipchumba Murkomen said that the Nairobi Railway City is key to economic growth of Kenya as county. According to information shared by CS Kipchumba Murkomen through his official Tweeter account, the new Nairobi Railway City consists of multi-project master plan action. Murkomen stated that many social amenities projects are coming up as part of the New Nairobi Railway City.
Photo: Courtesy (CS Murkomen, President Ruto and UK Secretary James Cleverly).
In his Tweet, CS Murkomen stated that affordable houses, schools and hospitals will be built as part of the new Nairobi Railway City. All these amenities will change the face of Nairobi city. The project is testament of the bilateral relation and close partnership between Kenya and the UK government.
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