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The Government Replaces Huduma Day With Utamaduni Day

The country was to celebrate Hudama day on 10th october that is Monday next week but the government have yet again replaced the day with a totally new day. Since independence, date 10th of october was always Moi day, celebrated in honour of the former president Daniel Moi.

Moi day got replaced with Huduma day after former president requested the government to change it so as to rhyme with the Hudama numbers currently being issued in the country.

The latest update indicates that Huduma day have yet again been replaced with Utamaduni. According to the information shared by the Interior ministry, CS Matiangi urged members of the public to observe the day as it will promote unity, national cohesion and economic progress.

The country is also set to celebrate its Mashujaa day on 20th this month in Kirinyaga county. Preparation in Wang'uru is almost complete following an update from thr chairperson of the National Celebrations Committee.Kenyans will now have pleasure to celebrate two holidays this month.

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CS Matiangi Daniel Moi Hudama Huduma Utamaduni


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