Madaraka day is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the republic of Kenya as it commemorates the day that Kenya attained internal self-rule after being a British colony since 1920. Kenyans n on this day celebrate those who were devoted to making this country a land of promise and opportunities, to help people lift their standards of living.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will today host his final Madaraka Day celebrations as Head of State. The president will inspect the Guard of Honor before proceeding to the Presidential dais after the National Anthem and the East African Community Anthem. President Uhuru Kenyatta who is leading the last national celebrations under his leadership is expected to arrive at the venue where it is set to begin at around 10 am and will be commissioning the Uhuru Gardens that has been under construction for close to two year.
The president will take to the stage to account for his time in office as been the culture of the nation to assure the Citizens of accountably and the miles walked on matters development.
This is the last Madaraka day celebrations to be held by President Uhuru Kenyatta during his last term in office as he awaits to hand over his presidential seat to the next incoming government.
Written by: MARTHA MOKERA