The Former kenyan President, the late Mr. Mwai Kibaki's body will be ferried to the Kenyan Parliament Buildings for public viewing on Monday, whereby it will be given full State honours.
President Kibaki will be transported in a Gun Carriage to the Kenyan Parliament buildings, where he will be given a military musical honour, and a 19-gun salute, according to the kenyan National State Funeral Steering Committee.
While being escorted to the Parliament by his family, the former President's casket will be covered by the National Flag.
At the same time, a Military Guard of Honor will be posted along Parliament Road for the entry procession into the Kenyan Parliament, where Kibaki's remains will be received by the current kenyan President, Mr. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta at 10 a.m. in the morning.
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