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President Uhuru Kenyatta opens Jamhuri Sports Complex

President Uhuru Kenyatta inaugurated the ultra-modern Jamhuri Sports Ground in Woodley, Nairobi, on Friday. The national government is building the ultra-modern Jamhuri Sports Ground through the Ministry of Sports. When finished, the sports complex, which began building in August 2020, will have three football fields, a rugby pitch, and two running tracks, among other sporting facilities.

Three food courts, a children’s play area, five earth berms, two picnic sites, a police post, modern housing, a clubhouse, two changing rooms, and ample parking will be available at the new Jamhuri Sports Ground. The president, along by Sports CS Amina Mohamed, attended football and rugby demonstration matches between Harambee Stars veterans and a combined team of Kibera Academy and Kibera United players, and Shujaa vs Lionesses, respectively, as part of the inauguration ceremony.
The Kenya Lionesses, Kenya’s women’s squad, will be preparing to compete in the Commonwealth Games and World Cup qualifications in Tunisia. The facility includes a police station with four police residential houses, a gate house, three food courts, two changing rooms, a car park, a club house, a 1.7-kilometer running track, a 3.4-kilometer Murram track, a children’s play area, and two picnic spots.
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