President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday presided over the opening of the new Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Pension Towers situated in the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).
Uhuru said the magnificent building is the fruit of decades of dedicated service to the nation by the senior citizens, a towering symbol of a legacy of good works, and proof of the wisdom of investing in the future.
“What is also admirable about the construction of this building is that it was fully financed from internal resources of the Pension Fund, with no contribution from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).
“You, our senior citizens, it is your hard work that provided the resources to construct this magnificent edifice.
“I am confident that the returns arising from this investment will return a healthy dividend, thus providing financial resources that will take care of you and afford you a comfortable retirement,” Uhuru said.