Former President Mwai Kibaki’s body is accorded full military honors and escorted in a very frame to parliament, wherever it will be in State for 3 days prior the State ceremonial occasion on Saturday.
Consistent with a press release from the state funeral steering committee, Kibaki will be accorded a military musical honor likewise as a 19-gun salute.
Today President Uhuru Kenyatta lead the nation in paying respects and tributes to Kibaki once he received his body in Parliament at 10.00am.
Interior cupboard Secretary Fred Matiangi expressed that when lying-in-state for 3 days, a military frame and State ceremonial occasion Procession, will build its manner from State House to the Nyayo bowl on Friday, the venue of the ceremonial occasion service.
Kibaki, who died aged 90, served because the country’s third president from Dec 2002 to April 2013, usurping from the authoritarian rule of Daniel Arap Moi. The previous President’s casket will be draped in flag because it is escorted to Parliament by his family.
Matiangi additional observed that a Military Guard of Honor are mounted along Parliament Road for the entry procession into Parliament.
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