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Gazette notice declaring Thursday a public holiday is fake: matiang’i says


The phony paper notice doing adjusts via web-based media Thursday evening was purportedly endorsed by Interior CS Matiang’i.

“The Government has not pronounced a public occasion on Thursday November fourth, 2021.


The indicated newspaper notice proclaiming an occasion is FAKE,” said Interior Ministry in its twitter handle.

Diwali is a celebration of lights and one of the significant celebrations celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and a few Buddhists, quite Newar Buddhists.


The celebration for the most part keeps going five days and is commended during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika.

On Friday, the Government gave new principles on firecrackers in front of Diwali and Hindu New Year festivities on Wednesday and Thursday.


A roundabout through the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining is encouraging the Hindu people group to hold fast to the specified necessities of the Explosives Act, Cap 115 with respect to light shows to guarantee individuals from general society are not troubled.

The guidelines incorporate the procurement of licenses from the service which ought to be acquired from the significant towns of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret and Nyeri.


Light shows have been restricted from 7 pm to 11 pm on the set dates and just in approved scenes like clubs, lodgings, sanctuaries, sports grounds school compounds or some other setting as might be approved by an Inspector of Explosives.

Show shells are restricted to a limit of four-inch type in all settings in metropolitan and developed regions by qualified people.

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