Interior Ministry General Secretary Karanja Kibicho issued a statement on why the government has limited the number of guests attending the swearing-in ceremony of President-elect William Ruto.
Kibicho spoke during the briefing, talking about the preparations the government has made to make Tuesday's swearing-in ceremony colorful.
PS Kibicho said in a statement that about 20 heads of state will attend, although he is limiting the number of his VIP guests who will attend.
Kibicho said only 2,500 VIPs will attend the inaugural event, as the main slide can only accommodate a certain number of people.
"But for control purposes, invitations are limited. We know that the podium can only accommodate a certain number of people. We will invite 2,500 VIPs exclusively to the main podium," he said.
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