The World Rally Championships that have just concluded in Naivasha saw thousands of Kenyans attend the affair that was spectacular to say the least.
Kenyans especially gathered at the Soysambu Spectator Stage where where they got a close look at the cars as they raced past them and onto the finish line.
The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, arrived in Naivasha earlier on this afternoon where he was accompanied by First Lady Margret Kenyatta.
According to State House Kenya this afternoon, the President together with First Lady Margret Kenyatta, have awarded the winners in the competition where many looked on in amazement.
The winners in the race have been given their various awards as thousands of Kenyans prepare to leave the place back to their places in Nairobi and for the rest of the country.
There will be an after party where Jamaican Reggae Star Tarrus Riley will be performing which is also expected to be attended by the thousands of Kenyans that are at the place.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta have presided over the presentation of various prizes to winners of the 2022 World Rally Championship currently at the KWS Training Institute (KWSTI) that is in Naivasha, Nakuru County.
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