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President Ruto Announces Changes To National Holidays Ahead Of Jamuhuri Day

The future celebration of Kenya's national holidays will be altered, according to President William Ruto.

The president declared the beginning of themed national holiday celebrations on Tuesday, December 6, during the official opening of Kenya Innovation Week at Sarit Expo Centre in Nairobi.

The President stated that he has decided that moving future, all national holidays will be themed.

According to Ruto, the focus of Kenya Innovation Week perfectly encapsulates his administration's commitment to boosting connectivity throughout the nation.

The President said that they have concentrated on the Jamuhuri Day, or Independence Day, because it is a significant national holiday and they want to profile it as an Innovative Jamuhuri.

The majority of Kenyans, according to President Ruto, find this area to be logical, which is why national holidays are themed in this manner.

When asked what Kenyans should be on the lookout for in the future, Ruto responded that the government is constructing the infrastructure to scale up and support startups in addition to the celebration.

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