BY JOAN WANJIKU,NAIROBI,28TH JULY,2021-After more than a year since president Uhuru Kenyatta gave a go ahead for change of name of Narok stadium to be effected from Narok Stadium to William Ole Ntimama stadium, order has been implemented.www.upesinews.co.ke has established that Governor Samuel Tunai’s administration has rebranded the Narok Stadium to William Ole Ntimama Stadium, in honour of the late firebrand Maasai politician.
The rebranding and upgrading of William Ole Ntimama Stadium enables it to host National Celebrations, Kenyan Premier League Matches, other sports and social events both during the day and at night.
The stadium’s seating capacity has been extended from 5,000 to 30,000 people and floodlights installed to make the stadium usable at night.
The entry and exit points have been increased from the previous 3 to 10 gates and new terraces put on the south side. Additionally, two abulution blocks, water points have been set up all around the stadium and the parking lot got a new look with new cabro works and markings.
The refurbishment works provide a pleasant training environment and experience for nurturing talents in Narok County.
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