Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Creating liberating content

Benzema – Class 2

Benzema – Class 2

Ethic Entertainment – Bazenga

Groove all through the weekend with this song from Ethic Entrainment captioned Bazenga.

Bahati ft Rayvanny –...

Bahati links up with Rayvanny on “Kiss”

Nyashinski ft Khaligraph Jones...

Nyashinski ft Khaligraph Jones – Ting
HomeNewsSakaja Copies Kagame,...

Sakaja Copies Kagame, Unveils New Naming System for Buildings & Streets

  • Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja, on Thursday,  February 23, launched the Nairobi Physical Addressing and Street Naming system, a project first implemented in East Africa by Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame. 

    Speaking at City Hall, Sakaja confirmed that he received the developers’ servers and logs and that the system was officially rolled out.

    The new development will put Nairobi on the map, the second after Kigali in Rwanda. 

    He intimated that global search engine company, Google, would also be incorporated to ensure the system is fully functional.

    Governor Johnson Sakaja receives The Nairobi Physical Addressing and Street Naming System at his office in City Hall on February 23, 2023
    Governor Johnson Sakaja receives The Nairobi Physical Addressing and Street Naming System at his office in City Hall on February 23, 2023.
    Johnson Sakaja

    “We are also closely working with Google to make it easier to identify and locate businesses, homes and landmarks for ease of e-commerce,” Sakaja stated.

    The county chief explained further that the system would help improve the efficiency of service delivery in the capital city.

    Nairobi was thus divided into five administrative boroughs in which the system would be implemented systematically in phases.

    “The physical address system will help the county government in the planning and provision of amenities for our city residents,” he added.

    In addition, the new system would also allow for emergency services such as firefighting and medical services to be rendered to the citizens.

    Notably, he revealed that the residents would be called upon to suggest how the homes, buildings and residences would be named.

    Sakaja added that the naming would begin in the Central Business District (CBD), where most streets and lanes have already been labelled.

    “The property owners will be told the property number and the physical address system so that those businesses that are ready will go ahead with the naming of their properties for their customers to easily access them,” Sakaja explained.

    An aerial view of a section of Nairobi County.
    An aerial view of a section of Nairobi County.
    skyscraper center
  • Source: kENYANS.CO.KE

    Get notified whenever we post something new!

    Continue reading

    Strengthening Healthcare in Kenya: The Role of the Ministry of Health

    The Ministry of Health, Republic of Kenya, plays a pivotal role in safeguarding the well-being of its citizens and enhancing the country's healthcare system. With a focus on providing quality healthcare services, the Ministry works diligently to address the...

    Latest News in Uganda: Breaking Headlines and Updates from Kampala

    Stay informed about the latest happenings in Uganda with our comprehensive coverage of breaking news, travel updates, and today's headlines. From political developments to travel insights, we bring you real-time information about Uganda's vibrant capital city, Kampala, and beyond....

    Al-Shabaab Militants Carry Out Gruesome Attack in Kenya, Leaving Five Civilians Dead, Including a Student

    In a horrifying incident, five innocent Kenyan civilians lost their lives as al-Shabaab militants launched a vicious assault on two villages in Lamu County on Saturday evening. The police, along with witnesses, have confirmed the distressing events that unfolded. The...

    Enjoy exclusive access to all of our content

    Get an online subscription and you can unlock any article you come across.