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Nairobi City can still achieve more

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By Erick Kizito | January 27th 2016

I am proud of Nairobi's position as one of the continent's major urban hubs.

The city is now in its 53rd year as the capital of an independent Kenya. Yet, its importance stretches far beyond its role as an administrative or political centre.

What does this mean to many Nairobians who still bend down to enter into the shack structures?

Before we celebrate the feat, let's us develop Nairobi in away that it benefits all the residents

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