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Just in: 11,000 Kenyans to be Let in to Uhuru Gardens For Jamhuri Day Celebrations

On the 12th of December, Kenya will be celebrating Jamhuri Day in what will be seen as a historic event in this country since independence in 1963.

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This will be the last time that President Uhuru Kenyatta officiates the event as the President of Kenya and therefore all eyes will be shifted to Uhuru Gardens.

The government has decided that 11,000 Kenyans will be let into Uhuru Gardens for the celebrations that will be done on the 12th of December.

The government has decided on this directive as a containment measure for the COVID-19 crisis that has been racaging the world for the last eighteen months.

The 11,000 Kenyans will be required to adhere to the Covid-19 protocols that have been laid in place to ensure that the spread of the virus is mitigated.

Many will be looking to attend this event that will be held in about a weeks time from today.

Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development and if you will be attending the event in the comments section below.


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