The ongoing upgrade of Afraha Stadium to international standards is progressing well and on schedule.
This is according to the Technical officers from Nakuru City Board together with the consultant and the contractor who inspected the construction works today.
The Stadium is designated to house over 7, 000 people with Athletics Kenya(AK) approved grass covered pitch for all sporting activities.
City Board Planner Robert Kiprono, who represented the City Manager, said the administration would work closely with the AK and the contractor in laying the tartan track to ensure it conforms to the international standards.
He called upon the contractor to move with speed and ensure the project is complete within the stipulated time.
The team observed that casting of terraces and columns, walling to ground floor and formwork on pavillion A has been done.
Further the contractor reported that hoarding to boundary wall was done and that he would be working on first floor slab, rebar to terraces slab between grid 4-1.
In the next two weeks casting of the first floor columns will be complete.
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