Members of University of Nairobi Management Board inspected the ongoing construction works at the University of Nairobi Towers just days before the official opening.
The iconic tower is in the final stages of completion with final touches ongoing. Among the current works underway include cabro works to the entrance, fixing the main entrance glass door, landscaping at the main entrance among others.
Upon completion, the towers will go a long way in helping the University of Nairobi achieve its mandate of teaching, learning and consultancy. The tower offers conducive learning environment for students from the schools of: Engineering, Business and Humanities.
The towers boasts of accommodating up to 2,000 students at one go. It also has a state of the art centre of performing arts named after Dr. Manu Chandaria, the Philanthropist. The tower as well has offices for administration staff, University Council and the Senate.