Kenyans have been looking forward to the Jamhuri Day Celebrations that will be held on the 12th of December and it will be the last one that the current President, Uhuru Kenyatta officiates before he retires next year.
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The motorists on that route have expressed their concerns over how scary it is to see all those military men and women manning the perimeter wall of Uhuru Gardens.
Many Kenyans are not used to seeing the Kenya Defense Forces soldiers outside the Barracks and this is why they might be a bit scared.
However, this is a security measure as the celebrations will be held at Uhuru Gardens in the next few days and the security of the President and all the dignitaries who will be in attendance should be paramount.
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