Leaders led by Deputy President Dr William Ruto, Former Prime Raila Odinga, Former Vice President Musalia Mudavadi and Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru addressed Kenyans attending this year's Mashujaa Day national celebrations at Wang'uru Stadium in Mwea. In their speeches, the leaders remembered the many national heroes whose selfless deeds of sacrifice have helped shape a progressive Kenyan.
Being Uhuru’s last mashujaa day celebration as the President, he avoided local politics but concentrated on the maritime issue with neighboring country Somalia. Uhuru declared that not an inch of the Kenyan border will be touched.
They really showed us how they respect each other despite their political differences. They are our role models let's stay in peace, love and harmony as we shape our country Kenya for the upcoming generation, let's shape our economy 4 the benefit of all Kenyans despite our tribes we should not allow bad leadership simply because we much interested into tribal leadership who head us.
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