Home Business News Economy Mama Ngina to receive face lift through regeneration

Mama Ngina to receive face lift through regeneration

- Advertisement -

Mama Ngina Drive in Mombasa is schedule to receive a face lift that will turn it into a tourist attraction.

Confirming the regeneration process was Tourism CS Najib Balala who said that Mombasa is a major tourist attraction for the country as a whole.

Recently tourism in Kenya has been on the downfall due to increased completion and low demand as revealed by the Tourism CS.

Najib Balala proceeds to say that the government through the Ministry of Tourism had therefore proposed Mombasa Waterfront Project previously known as Mama Ngina Drive as a flagship project to boost tourism in the coastal city.

Also read:Mombasa County awards tender to end water crisis

The project which is scheduled to complete in five months’ time will be launched on Monday by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The regeneration of Mama Ngina will also attract visitor’s access adjacent ferry services and the transport systems connected to it.

Tourism CS Najib Balala also added that much emphasis will be made to endure that the coastal culture is persevered so as to attract many tourist to the Water front.

A Swahili Cultural Centre, public square, pigeon coops, restaurants and visitors parking spaces are among other face lifts that will be done at Mama Ngina.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Ramadhan Kajembe, former Changamwe MP dies

Former Changamwe Member of Parliament (MP) has passed away on Friday while receiving treatment at Pandya Hospital in Mombasa.

Magoha to Parliament, schools may not reopen in January

Education CS George Magoha has on Friday expressed how unsure he is schools will reopen in January given the present COVID-19 situation.

Marikiti market traders count losses as fire destroys it

Traders at Marikiti Market located in Nairobi CBD were on Friday morning left counting losses after a fire razed down the place.

Ahmednassir’s damaged Bentley costs KeNHA Ksh 750K

Kenya Highway Authourity (KeNHA) has been ordered by a court to pay city Lawyer Ahmednassir Ksh 750,311 in damages on his Bentley.