New look Kinoru Stadium to host national and international matches after June 1st opening

New look Kinoru Stadium to host national and international matches after June 1st opening

Kinoru Stadium located in Meru County  has been under construction for quite a while will be opened on June 1st as it set to host the Madaraka day celebrations.
The national government which allocated 1 billion shillings to the project has now seen it undergo a complete facelift in all departments, When complete the Kinoru will boasts of VVIP and a VIP Pavilion, VIP and standard changing rooms, Northern and Southern terraces, an ultra-modern tarmacked running track, World Cup 2018 Bermuda standard pitch grass, a borehole, one elevated and two underground water tanks, carbon paved roads surrounding the stadium, a parking lot and drainage system.
“This will be one of the most beautiful stadiums in Kenya. I am here to accompany the PS Mr. Kibicho who has come to check the preparedness of this stadium for hosting Madaraka,” Said Governor Murungi.
“I can assure you as Governor of Meru we are very excited to host this event. When the stadium is finally complete we will be happy when the President comes here on 1st June, we expect him to officially open Kinoru Stadium. Thereafter there will be a flurry of activities here a lot of exciting matches both national and international,” added Governor Kiraitu
“Today marked one of the numerous inspection tours aimed at gauging the preparedness of the Kinoru Stadium Grounds to host the national event, with findings on the progress highly optimistic.,” ” Deputy Governor Titus Ntuchiu noted
Kinoru Stadium is just one of the few stadia across the country which have been undergoing major changes,Nyayo National Stadium is almost ready with the VIP area the only area with lots of work.

Kasarani Stadium which has seen a complete facelift on the playing surface is ready to host matches, Kenya Premier League side Gor Mahia set to take on English side Hull City on 13th May at the venue.