Kenya enjoys fifty eight years of its independence in an event presided by its excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta in Wang’uru Stadium, Kirinyaga county. In an event that saw several national leaders, religious leaders and even head of states from neighboring countries like Malawi lazarus Chakwera came in to celebrate the day with Kenyans.
The nationwide 10 pm to 4 am curfew has now been lifted. The president says the lifting of the curfew follows the advice from the health ministry .The president added that he was pleased with the slowing down of the spread of the virus but urged Kenyans to continue with the use of masks and sanitizing The curfew that has met subsequent renewals was imposed in March 2020 on the onset of the covid-19 pandemic
Arch political rivals William Ruto and Orange democratic leader Raila Odinga were also in attendance as they still championed their manifestos in the upcoming presidential bid. Ruto still went ahead to reiterate his ambitions of the bottom up economic model. Ruto was also keen to mention that he is still has the plan to fulfil the jubilee’s big four agenda.
President Kenyatta honored Ferdinard Omanyallla among other Kenyans who have in a way or another put the Kenyas name on the global map