The government today released a statement from the principal secretary of the ministry of interior, Karanja Kibicho, explaining why it has limited the number of visitors allowed to witness President-elect William Ruto's oath-taking.
PS Kibicho remarked during a briefing about the measures the government has taken to ensure that Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony will be colorful.
Although they have set limits on the number of VIP guests who may attend, PS Kibicho stated that approximately 20 heads of state will attend.
According to Kibicho, only 2,500 VIPs will attend the swearing-in ceremony due to capacity restrictions on the main dia, which only allow for that number of attendees.Only four days remain until our new president-elect, William Ruto, and her running mate, Rigathi Gachagua, are sworn in at Kasarani Stadium.The operation of organizing the event is continuing as the Uhuru Government prepares to receive a number of guests to attend the ceremony. We are happy for our ministers contue orgernizing the event as the kenyans waiting the event and we know that some they will going to watch the event through television and some from cellphone thanks for supporting us as we are busy to make our kasarani stadium to be colourful .
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