UHURU builds a private airport at his Northlands City as RUTO and GACHAGUA continue blaming him for Kenya’s current economic mess – Look!

Thursday, January 18, 2024 – Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has made another milestone that may make President William Ruto and his Deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, very jealous.

This is after he built a private airport situated right at the heart of his Northlands City in Ruiru.

A photo of the private airport in Northlands City has divided Kenyans. 

The infrastructure which can be publicly viewed through Google satellites at coordinates 1°11'29"S   36°58'42"E is marked as Northlands Aerodrome and described as a domestic airport. 

The airport has a functional runway strip that can allow the landing of private planes and jets. 

At the far end of the runway strip, there is an unmarked building believed to be a hanger.

A section of Kenyans congratulated the former President for having his own airport noting that it was one of the best assets to invest in. 

Martor Muriithi commenting on social media remarked that this was a game changer for the Kenyatta family as well as the Northlands project. 

The Northlands City is a futuristic commercial and residential housing project expected to cost upwards of Ksh500 billion. 

Other Kenyans worried about how the facility would be regulated considering it was on private property. 

They raised fears that few individuals may use the private airport to bring unregulated goods to the country. 

The Northlands City sits on an 11,000-acre piece of land in Ruiru and transverses the Eastern bypass from City Cabanas to Ruiru. 

Once completed, the project will play home to commercial spaces, industrial parks, schools, and residential areas among others.

It's not clear if the Kenyatta family would extend the use of the private airport to residents of Northlands City. 

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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