As we mark this year's Mashujaa day at Gusii Stadium, many changes are conspicuously seen as only the guest will be allowed to the stadium. This move will not go well with the Kisii residents who earlier hoped to flood the stadium to celebrate Mashujaa Day.
According to Ps Karanja Kibicho, only 4000 guests will be allowed in despite Gusii stadium having a sitting capacity of 20,000.
Among the disappointed is 97 years Old, Mzee Charles Bogonko, who has never missed any national celebrations. As established on Citizen Tv Twitter handle, despite Mzee having a valid coronavirus test certificate, he has failed to secured an entry pass card which will be presented at the entry of Gusii stadium during the Mashujaa day celebrations.
This comes as a result of safety measures put on place to ensure coronavirus is put at bay such as strict adherence to a social distance of at least 1 meter and the wearing of a mask.
President Kenyatta is expected to lead to led the Nation in Kisii, today as we commemorated and celebrated the heroes and heroines who fought to ensure we get independence.
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