In this blog am not writing about its population but the touristic features in it, ones that we don't about. Majority of people know only about the town center but where in particular. Talk about gallery centers: Alliance Française, Nyayo House.
Speaking of museums don't forget the Nairobi Museum. In our daily lives as we walk in town, most we tend to forget the one building that carries most of Nairobi's history from the mau mau period, our first Kenyan president the late honorable President Jomo Kenyatta, the Kapenguria seven, to Wangari Mathai's Nobel prize. Spend about Ksh100-200 only.
|Nairobi’s latest is the statue of nationalist Tom Mboya on Moi Avenue. This was unveiled by President Mwai Kibaki on the eve of Mashujaa Day October as a tribute to Mboya's remarkable contributions to this country, and to honour the departed hero and remind the nation of whom he was and what he stood for.|