Interior Cabinet Secretay Dr Fred Matiang'i Wednesday, October 6, announced Monday, October 11, will be a public holiday. In a statement, Matiang'i said that since the public holiday falls on Sunday, October 10, the celebration will be observed on Monday in accordance with the Public Holidays Act.
There was panic in Moi Day Secondary School in Nakuru showground area after rowdy students attacked the school guard. It is reported that they caused much harm to her as they ganged up to beat the guard who was trying to take a phone away from one if them. Photo: Courtesy (previous incident) The students who were incontrollable charged at him before teachers arriving at the scene. It was such unacceptable of the students to assault someone that takes care of them; ensuring that they are safe in school. The teachers
Kenyans online have elicited mixed reactions after the Office Of The President with help of The Ministry Of Interior And Coordination Of National Government, made this blunder as they announced this statement to the people of Kenya through the press release. (Photo| Uhuru And Matiang'i)
(Fred Matiangi addressing the public) Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi on Wednesday, October 6, announced that Monday, October 11, will be a public holiday. In a statement, Matiangi said that since Utamaduni Day will be on Sunday, October 10, the celebrations will be observed on Monday in accordance with the Public Holidays Act.
The Interior Cabinet Secretay Dr Fred Matiang'i Wednesday, October 6, announced Monday, October 11, will be a public holiday. Initially Kenyans always celebrate this special holiday as Moi day which was to hault every other operations in the country differently as compared to the current tittle.
Today, the interior security cabinet secretary Dr. Fred Matiangi has declared the 11th of October a national holiday. This is set to allow every Kenyan community to celebrate their cultural heritage, #Utamaduni Day. Therefore, this is a great move that will revive some cultures which have actually been lost completely.
Today will go down in history books of Kenya as a day which was changed from the famous Moi Day Holiday to Huduma Day. A day that was set aside for National prayer day led by His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, President of the republic of Kenya.￼ The function was attended by the President,his Deputy William Ruto, 1st lady Margaret Kenyatta amongst other prominent leaders in Kenyan government. On this day, Kenyans were expected to participate in prayers and promote national unity, social justice, cohesion
The government has on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, declared October 11, 2021, a public holiday.The announcement was made by the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government. According to the statement, the 11th of October will be a public holiday by dint of Utamaduni Day falling on Sunday, October 10, 2021
Interior Cabinet Secretay Dr Fred Matiang'i Wednesday, October 6, announced Monday, October 11, will be a public holiday. In a statement, Matiang'i said that since Utamaduni Day falls on Sunday, October 10, the celebration will be observed on Monday in accordance with the Public Holidays Act.
Leaders from different parts of the country are currently trooping in to statehouse compound as they converge to hold a national prayer day. This is the second prayer day to be convened under the leadership of president Uhuru. The event converges with the holiday, Huduma Day. October 10 has always been known as Moi Day but changes in constitution have seen the day lose its holiday status. The president had been asked by religious leaders to convene a prayer meeting, when the team visited him few days ago. According
Inside Cabinet Secretay Dr Fred Matiang'i Wednesday, October 6, declared Monday, October 11, will be a public occasion. In an assertion, Matiang'i said that since the public occasion falls on Sunday, October 10, the festival will be seen on Monday as per the Public Holidays Act.
The government through the Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has declared Monday, October 11, a public holiday. In a statement on Wednesday, October 6, Matiang'i noted that since Utamaduni Day falls on a Sunday, October 10, the celebration will be observed on Monday in accordance with the Public Holidays Act.
Courtesy KANU National Chairman Gideon Moi has join Kenyans ahead of Utamaduni celebration, sending a warm message amid preparation to ushers in the new Utamaduni day, formerly Moi Day celebrated on 10, October. Via his twitter, the Baringo Senator who is has shown interest to succeed President Kenyatta with expected competition from ODM leader Raila Odinga and UDA's William Ruto just but a few, informed, Cultural difference should not separate us from each other, but instead bring collective strength that can benefit all humanity.
The government has declared Monday, October 11th to be a national holiday. In a statement released Wednesday, Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Fred Matiang'i said that October 10, which Kenyans have commemorated as Moi Day for more than 20 years, will now be set aside to honor the country's rich cultural diversity and heritage.
A few years back, today being the 10th October, Kenyans had been used to marking Moi Day Celebrations on this particular day. President Uhuru Kenyatta's government seemed to have changed the situation as this year's October 10th celebrations were meant to be Huduma Day's. The 49th president of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi might not be willing to accept this fact as according to him, today Kenyans deserves to celebrate Moi Day. Using his social media accounts, the LSK President joined the people of
Interior and National Coordination Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiangi has declared October 11th 2021 as a Public Holiday. Through a Press release this evening, CS Matiangi says this is a day to observe Utamaduni day which was declared to be celebrated every 10th October each year. "In line with the provision of section 2 and 4 of the Public Holidays Act (Cap 110), It is Hereby confirmed that 11th October 2021 will be a public holiday, by dint of Utamaduni day falling on Sunday 10th October 2021", Read part of the release
In our country we have many national holidays. Some of these holidays are named after presidents of Kenya who have already retired. For example we have Moi Day and Kenyatta Day currently known as Mashujaa Day. These two are among the presidents of Kenya infact the earlier ones. His Excellency president Uhuru Kenyatta is among the presidents of Kenya. He has served the country as a president for quite good time. His second term is ending in the year 2022. After retirement, president may decide to leave a legacy
The Interior Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred has declared 10th October to be a public Holiday as by the Press release dated October 9 ,2020. The celebrations of the day shall be presided over by the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta in kisii, the holiday was named Huduma day. Dr. Fred Matiang'i has urged the Kenyan citizens to celebrate through prayers meant to enlighten the services and volunteerism to the community, by also ensuring the national unity and promoting social justice. Although many Kenyans are
Mashujaa Day was initially called Kenyatta Day. It was supposed to be a day to celebrate all heroes but with his name on it, it quickly became a special day set aside for Kenya’s 1st President Jomo Kenyatta. When people talk of Mashujaa Day, Moi Day, Jamhuri Day, and Madaraka Day almost always also come in mind. Maybe it’s because of one thing that shares in common: Time to rest, party, drink, spend time with family… whatever you do to celebrate. Many institutions bear his name. He upgraded the economic
Kenya is celebrating its prayer day today the 10th of October 2020. This day was announced to be a public holiday but not as Kenyans were used to it. Initially, the holiday was referred to as MOI DAY but it was changed to HUDUMA DAY, something that Kenyans are yet to come to terms with. On this day, Kenyans are expected to participate in prayers and promote national unity, social justice, cohesion and sustainable development in their communities for the benefit of both the present generation and the coming ones.