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GMC Fun Place reopens to boost tourism in Kajiado

It now features a half Olympic-size commercial pool

In Summary

• The facility was closed on March 23 due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Optiven Group CEO George Wachiuri during the reopening of GMC fun place
Optiven Group CEO George Wachiuri during the reopening of GMC fun place
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Optiven Group on Friday reopened its entertainment centre, GMC Fun Place, at Kitengela. The facility was closed on March 23 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The centre is now accentuated by a brand new half Olympic-size commercial pool, The Oasis Blue Sky Pool. Present were Kajiado Deputy Governor Martin Moshisho and Optiven Group CEO George Wachiuri.

This development will be a big boost to the tourism industry, struggling due to the effects of Covid-19.

Kajiado deputy governor Martin Moshisho and Optiven Group CEO George Wachiuri .JPG
Kajiado deputy governor Martin Moshisho and Optiven Group CEO George Wachiuri .JPG
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Equity credit director Elizebeth Gathai
Equity credit director Elizebeth Gathai
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Destiny Life Church bishop Philips Katutu
Destiny Life Church bishop Philips Katutu
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Noble Parks and Pool engineer Gabriel Ndungu
Noble Parks and Pool engineer Gabriel Ndungu
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Optiven Group corporate communications officer Muchiri Muchoki
Optiven Group corporate communications officer Muchiri Muchoki
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Optiven GM Mary Wacuka.
Optiven GM Mary Wacuka.
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Multimedia Uni CFO Joseph Waweru and Brookhurst International School director Ruth Waweru
Multimedia Uni CFO Joseph Waweru and Brookhurst International School director Ruth Waweru
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