Refurbished Uhuru gardens to be open to the public from April 2022

Kenyans will from April next year have access to the iconic Uhuru Gardens after it is officially opened.

Addressing the nation during this year’s Jamhuri Day celebrations at Uhuru Gardens, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that the facility will be accessible to the public free of charge. The Gardens had been closed for almost a year to allow the ongoing construction works. President Kenyatta highlighted that a new museum at Uhuru Gardens will be able to enrich children and the public at large of Kenya’s rich history.

  

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