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Important Notice From Interior Ministry To Guests Invited For Mashujaa Day Celebrations

With less than twenty four hours remaining for Kenya to mark the Mashujaa Day celebrations of this year that'll be held at the Wang'uru International Stadium in Kirinyaga county, there's an important notice regarding guidelines of the celebrations and traffic that's been released for Kenyans and invitees that'll attend to follow.

From the ministry of Interior Coordination of National Government, the notice spelled out a few guidelines on traffic and conduct ahead of the main function.

Shared on Facebook and other social media platforms, the notice had it that guests with red stickers will be required to enter the stadium through Gate 2 while those with blue stickers will be required to park their vehicles at Ngurubani Primary School and enter the stadium through Gate 3.

The notice also had it that invitees with green stickers will be dropped off at National Irrigations Board and be required to enter the stadium by 7:30am.

It should be noted that only two thousand guests were invited inside Wang'uru stadium for the function due to the current COVID-19 situation in the country.

At the time of writing this article, His Excellency President Lazarus Chakwera of the Republic of Malawi who will be among the foreign guests attending the celebrations had already landed in the country.

The Malawi President will be the Chief Guest at the celebrations and is also in the country for a three day state visit that'll see him stay up to Thursday.

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