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Mashujaa Day Celebrations Insight- See What President Uhuru Kenyatta Will Be Expected To Do

20th October 2021 marks the Mashujaa Day celebration for the 58th time since Kenya attained its independence in 1963. Mashujaa Day was formerly known as Kenyatta Day before a new promulgated constitution in 2010 that saw its name changed.

The day is set aside to honour all those who contributed towards the struggle for Kenya's independence and those who have positively contributed post independence in sectors like sports, innovations, community empowerment programs among other nation building work.

Most Kenyans and a dozen political bigwigs and analysts are seeing this as President Uhuru Kenyatta's last Mashujaa Day as the head of state, who is in his last term in office.

Although this might sound true, whether it is his last or not depends on number of factors and events that could take place between now and next year's Mashujaa day.

In an event next year's election is nullified as it happened in 2017, Uhuru still has one more Mashujaa Day to celebrate while in office in 2022.

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