As the year 2022 nears it end, Nairobi City is bosting of five transformational projects which were completed within the year. The project have completely changed the face of the city since they are very attractive and have made the life of city residents a bit easier compared to the previous years. The projects were initiated in the second term of former President Uhuru Kenyatta and completed and opened within his term except Uhuru Park which is yet to be officially opened for use.
This is a magnificent highway which is the first of its kind to have been constructed in the country. It is about 27.1 kilometres long connecting Nairobi CBD with Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). It was built at a cost of Ksh88 billion under the public private partnership (PPP) programme.
2. Renovation of Uhuru Park
The renovation of Uhuru Park recreational facility was started in early 2022 by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) and it is now more than 90% completed.
3. Uhuru Gardens
The facility was renovated between the year 2021 and completed in June 2022 at a cost of more than Ksh 2 billion.
4. New Wakulima Market
The market constructed started back the year 2018, and it has been completed this year. It is located along Kangundo Road in Embakasi.
5. Ulinzi Sports complex
The stadium was started in the year 2021 and completed in 2022 and opened for use by former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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