Kenya's capital Nairobi City is turning out to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. After undergoing several refurbishment in its streets through the management of Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), the city is undoubtedly shining especially inside the Central Business District (CBD).
The city is always clean and tidy thanks to the good work being done by the Nairobi City County Askaris popularly known as Kanjos. They are always keen to make sure that no one is throwing litters anyhowly so as to maintain the cleanliness it deserves as the capital city.
The city has undergone several transformations and facelifts which has completely changed its face along its streets. The walkways/pavements have been refurbishment with new carbro blocks and well expanded for people to easily walk as they perform their daily business activities.
The streetlights and CCTV cameras have been installed and mounted everywhere along the streets, and they are always lit to help the police monitor the activities going on inside the city. Here are some of the beautiful photos and video of the new Nairobi city CBD:
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