What a view! Amazing thing that happened in Nairobi skies last night

Keep your eyes on the skies

The view at KICC on Monday night

How keen are you on your surroundings? A section of passersby got glued to KICC last night after a spectacular view that caught them by surprise.

While most Nairobians were concerned by the sandstorm that swept across parts of Nairobi, those near the KICC were wondering about an amazing beam that dressed up the building like a princess on prom night.

It was such a beautiful kaleidoscope of colors, I am not sure what it was about but definitely a view to behold,” a city resident who witnessed the beam said.

A quick check on social media, the tallest building in Kenya was temporarily trending last night as it awed those who managed a glimpse of the view.

What is happening? Most netizens have been asking since then but with no forthcoming answers to quench their curiosity

Good news, a little bird at KICC has now whispered to Pulsive.co.ke that the beam was a teaser of a great celebration lined up this evening (Wednesday night).

The source has further hinted that a mega celebration will be going down tonight.

If you are in Nairobi, keep your eyes on the sky and be ready to experience the magic.

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