Uhuru Gardens Overview
The word ‘Uhuru’ means ‘freedom’ in Swahili. The Uhuru Gardens is a memorial park in Nairobi, which symbolises the celebration of independence from British rule in 1963. This park also celebrates the inauguration of Jomo Kenyatta – the first president of Kenya.

The park consists of a statue of a soldier holding up the Kenyan flag. The fountain in the park symbolises ‘Twenty-Five years of Uhuru- peace, love and unity monument.’

Location: Nairobi, Kenya.

Highlights: The Uhuru Gardens Memorial Park is a historical landmark and popular recreational ground for hosting ceremonies. Today this ground is a prestigious venue for concerts, weddings and corporate launches as well.
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