Construction of Kirigiti Stadium of course, completed delayed by rain – KBC


Kiambu Governor James Nyoro, Permanent Secretary for Public Works, Major General (Retired) Gordon Kihalangwa and other officials during the inspection of Kirigiti Stadium.

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It will take longer than expected to complete construction work at Kirigiti Stadium, Kiambu County due to the ongoing rains. The stadium which was expected to have a capacity of 16,000 spectators was required to be completed in seven months at a cost of Ksh. 590 million.

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The Secretary General of Public Works, Major General (Retired) Gordon Kihalangwa commended the ongoing work when he led a team of government officials on an inspection visit to the center.

I am pleased with the development of the stadium despite the challenge of rain, and the main reason why we visited is to see how we can improve the drainage and sewerage issues we have here “said PS.

Kiambu County Governor James Nyoro said the roof of the stadium is starting to recover after the completion of the drainage and sewerage system.

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As you can see, Kiambu is located in the middle of all the hills and canals here, so next week we will bring our advice together to see the way forward ”added Mr Nyoro.

Sports Security Minister Amina Mohammed inaugurated the stadium’s construction work in October 2020.

Completion of Kirigiti Stadium in Kiambu County has been delayed by the ongoing rains.

The website’s engineer, Michael Njuguna, said the stadium, which was built to international standards, would be roofed.

It will have a football field, an athletic field, two hockey courts, a swimming pool and a stadium, volleyball and a volleyball field, “said Engineer Njuguna.

It would not be raining, we would have completed it by May but now we have to apply for more than three months during which we will complete the project in the summer, ”he added.


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