Sakaja invites Nairobians to watch the World Cup final at Uhuru Park

Through a tweet on Sunday, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja announced that the match will put a cap on the week-long Nairobi Festival, which has been hosted at the same grounds since Monday, December 12.

Sakaja has promised that the people who come to the party will have a lot of fun, including by watching a fireworks show.

"Come, let’s watch the World Cup finals together at Uhuru Park as we close the Nairobi Festival. "Amazing fireworks show after, plus Nganya awards, a Christmas tree, and holiday support for 40 children's homes," Sakaja wrote.

During the launch of the festival, Sakaja said that the fun-filled fair will be held every December to display and celebrate the "vibe of the city."

It brings together food, the arts, and matatu art awards, as well as exhibitions on designated city streets.

Since its commencement, Nairobians have been treated to music, food, leisure, and recreational activities.

As the Nairobi Festival comes to a close, the final World Cup match will see Argentina and France battle it out to be crowned champions of the world.

Prominent leaders, including Raila Odinga, have also weighed in on the competition, expressing confidence in the team they support. 


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