President Uhuru Kenyatta has paid his tribute to pioneers of conservation in our beloved Country, and those who have over the years lived this dream and ensuring that environment is well conserved.
Making his remarks at the 75th anniversary celebrations of the Nairobi National Park, President Uhuru said that the 31,000-acre park that is under the observance of Kenya Wildlife Service serves as the prestigious heritage of the Country's rich conservation.
Uhuru said that the Country celebrates the anniversary of one of the most iconic tourism attraction, the Nairobi National Park.
Nairobi National Park is the only conservation area that is situated at the middle of capital city not just in Africa but in the world.
Uhuru said that the creation of Nairobi National Park set the pace for other conservation areas in the Country, hence promoting tourism sector.
The President also unveiled the 75th anniversary monument at the main gate and tour of the newly established Nairobi National Park Photo Gallery.
Nairobi National Park was established on 16th December 1946 by Mervyn Cowie.