Governor Wycliffe Oparanya opened the gates of the new-look facility, which has been renovated at a cost of Sh61 million.

Residents of Kakamega will have the opportunity to use the infamous Muliro Gardens again this festive season. Governor Wycliffe Oparanya opened the gates of the new-look facility, which has been renovated at a cost of Sh61 million.

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People are free to visit, relax and have fun at the recreational park located within Kakamega town's Central Business District. It had been closed for renovations that took almost three years, thanks to joint efforts by the World Bank, which funded the renovations through the Kenya Urban Support Programme.

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Sudi Lane, which passes near the recreational facility, was also upgraded to bitumen standards, complete with a taxi parking fitted with cabro.