Ababu Namwamba, Cabinet Secretary for Sports, has praised the Kenya Kwanza administration, led by President William Ruto, for delivering Moi stadium, which held Madaraka Day celebrations in Embu County on Thursday, June 1.

Speaking to the press on Wednesday, Ababu stated that the facility's completion, which includes five VIP lounges, including a presidential-level and deputy-presidential area, is in keeping with the ruling regime's aim of expediting sports infrastructure in the country.

"We are very honoured with how this project was completed in a record 15 weeks for Ksh476 million." "We were able to completely transform the appearance of this facility," Ababu said.

"Within 15 weeks, we were able to redo the playing surface and install pop irrigation technology." We also built terraces around the pitch with a total seating capacity of 9,500. "We have identified additional spaces to increase capacity to 15,000," the CS noted.

Namwamba ordered an examination of all stadiums under refurbishment by his ministry earlier this year, saying it was unacceptable that the country was spending millions of dollars on stadium upgrades while making little substantial progress.

After touring Moi Stadium, he stated the contractor was producing bad work and that the project needed to be proportionate with the amount of money appropriated by the government to build the stadium.

"It is a travesty to claim a contract to build a stadium worth Sh180 million only to complete a job that does not match the amount of money allocated," he said.

President William Ruto stated that the submission is part of the government's strategy to capitalize on skills and talents.

He stated that the government is eager to implement policies to help Kenya succeed in sports.

"We are committed to amplifying the potential of each sector for our prosperity."

President Ruto praised Kenya's sporting solid and artistic skills, stating that the sector has the potential to stimulate economic growth.

"This industry is a massive source of opportunities." We will ensure that Kenya regains its due place as a sporting superpower."

Infrastructure development, greater monetization of sporting potential, and the return of Kenyan football to good standing are among the measures identified by the President as being undertaken.

He also stated that attracting elite international sports and athletics events to Kenya will be a long-term intervention.

"This will boost local sports, promote tourism, create jobs, and strengthen our national sporting and athletic brand."

Aside from the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani and the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi, most sporting facilities outside the capital need to be in better condition and fulfil International FIFA standards.