It has been made clear today that people living in Nairobi will soon be restricted from visiting Uhuru Park and Central Park. According to the information on the Standard today this will take place for nearly three months to enable them to go through renovations.
This occurs after the Nairobi county assembly today ratified a motion that will see the two parks in Nairobi getting a facelift given their wanting state.
Abdi Guyo who is the majority, and at the same time the mover of the Motion, ordered for abrupt closure of the parks to permit improvement to their past glory.
He went ahead and said that aims at refurbishing the parks were mooted following consultation with the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) and City Hall.
It should be remembered that it is the county government that is reprimanded in taking care of green areas such as Central Park, Michuki Memorial Park, Jamhuri Park, Jeevanjee Gardens, and Uhuru Gardens, Uhuru Park, and many others.
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