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Governor Sakaja officially unveils Uhuru Complex Sports Arena

Nairobi, 23rd March 2024

Nairobi Governor H.E Sakaja Johnson presided over the official unveiling of Uhuru Complex Sports Arena, in Uhuru Estate, Kariobangi South/Uhuru Ward in Embakasi West Sub-County. Governor Sakaja was accompanied Deputy Governor, Njoroge Muchiri? County Executive Talent and Skills Care (TSC) Rosemary Kariuki and Chief Officer in Charge of Sports, Oscar Igaida.
Uhurusports1The sports arena has a football pitch, a basketball court, and a convertible court, which can be used for netball volleyball and handball. It also has a multipurpose hall to host indoor games like chess and table tennis among other sports.

A boxing ring is also available to hold boxing matches and training sessions..

Said Governor Sakaja, “As per my manifesto to Nairobi residents, I am committed to ensuring the improvement and development of sports facilities in Nairobi. My support for the youth to advance their talents and abilities will not wane. We will continue to build, develop, and maintain more sports facilities in the city. We recently opened the doors of Dandora Stadium, now it’s Uhuru Complex Sports Arena and we have ongoing works in Joe Kadenge Stadium, Woodley, Kihumbuini, Ziwani Githurai and Mukuru in this financial year. Once completed we will unveil them and ensure area residents utilize the respective facilities to nurture and identify sporting talent.”
Uhurusports2The Governor also revealed plans to reclaim all county sports facilities including Camp Toyoyo.

“Camp Toyoyo is a county facility. We will lay a new turf. We are also in the process of coming up with a board to run and maintain our sports facilities in the city.”


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