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President Uhuru to grant Nakuru municipality a city charter five months after senate's approval

1st December, 2021

President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to officially grant the Nakuru a city charter on December 1 during his tour of the county hosted by Governor Lee Kinyanjui. &ldquo We are delighted to inform the people of Nakuru and our well-wishers that Nakuru Municipality will officially get a city charter on December 1, 2021,” said the governor in a statement on Saturday The governor who initiated the elevation in 2018 after his election described the journey as long and winding but worth celebrating as the cosmopolitan town becomes the country’s fourth city. “The long and often intriguing journey is finally coming to an end. We thank the President for his continued support for the upgrade of Nakuru,” said Kinyanjui.