Today marks a year since the former Kenya President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi died. Leaders gathered at his home in Kabarak for the celebration of his first death anniversary.
At around 11 am today President Uhuru Kenyatta landed in Kabarak in the military helicopter. Apart from arriving their as the president of this country he was also there as a family friend because Kenyatta and Moi family share a friendship bond.
The president was received by the late president's son Gideon Moi who is also the Baringo County Senator. The two are seen walking happily towards the venue of the ceremony.
The former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was among the prominent guests invited from the ceremony but he did not show up. People thought that he was just late but later on ODM announced that he went somewhere else.
He had a meeting with the Maasai community leaders. The leaders were mainly from Kajiado county and the main agenda of the meeting was BBI.
Other leaders who showed up for anniversary include Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui, Senator Moses Wetangula, Senator Johnson Sakaja, the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi among others.
Take a look at the photos of President Moi's grave:
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