Nairobi City Park

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  1. dubiz mwangi says:

    its a big boost to the park that aghan khan fund for culture is going to upgrade it , this is going to up its outlook hence attract more local tourists to picnic at the park.hope it will look like the one in cairo thanks aghan khan its a worth initiative!

  2. sospeter says:

    great the Agha Khan have an interest. What am wondering is whats their angle?

  3. mwendwa jackson says:

    great for our people as well as the tourists. we should try as much as we can to protect the physical environment of the park!

  4. Wicky Hili says:

    Hello?
    Did you say the Nairobi City Park is free to the public? If this is so, then there is a great problem because I was there with Sunday school kid and was forced to pay Ksh.1000 after first being asked to pay Ksh.3000. Am shocked. Please help me understand.

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