Kenya celebrated it's Mashujaa Day today formerly known as Kenyatta Day at Kirinyaga County. Top leaders across the county addressed the nation and they all talked about building of the nation forward. Those who were not able to attend the event live in Wangu'ru Stadium Kirinyaga County, they watched on their Televisions and some even streamed live the event on social media.
Kirinyaga County Governor Anne Waiguru welcomed Raila Odinga who was the first to speak, then William Ruto and finally Uhuru Kenyatta. Most of the Kenyans streamed live the event on Citizen TV Facebook page.
Over 13,000 Kenyans streamed live the event. Raila, Uhuru and Ruto speeches to the people of Kenya, had different viewers on the Facebook page.
Ruto speech had the highest number of Kenyans viewers followed by Raila speech and finally Uhuru's. 12,800 Kenyans streamed live speech of Ruto, 9,500 Kenyans streamed live Raila's speech and 8,700 Kenyans Streamed live Uhuru's speech.
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