PS Karanja Kibicho has recently given warnings ahead of the Mashujaa Day celebrations that Kenyans will celebrate on 20th, October, 2021 at Mwea in Kirinyaga County. The State Department for Interior has reported that it has received intelligence reports that there are some leaders who are planning to cause chaos during the celebrations.
The Principal Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs PS Karanja Kibicho has visited the site where construction of a State Lodge is in Kirinyaga county. According to the Ministry of Interior through their official social media accounts, the State Lodge will also double up as the official residence of the County Commissioner in charge of Kirinyaga county.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's reign(2013-2022) has seen National holiday celebrations being held in different counties unlike previous years where they were only held at Nyayo stadium or at Moi Kasarani playgrounds.Recently the 57th Mashujaa Day celebrations were held at Gusii stadium, Kisii County.All these are done to promote national peace and integration.
During this year's Jamhuri Day celebrations, only 11,000 invited visitors would be admitted inside Uhuru Gardens, according to Interior PS Karanja Kibicho. 10,000 people will be on the public grounds, while 1,000 will be on the dais at the venue, which has recently undergone extensive repairs, according to Kibicho.
President Uhuru will preside the Mashujaa Celebrations scheduled tommorow at Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County. According to the National Celebrations Committee chairman who doubles as Internal PS, Karanja Kibicho only 3,000 people will be allowed into the 6,000 capacity stadium. This is in accordance to strict Covid_19 protocols to help curb the spread of the disease.
Karanja Kibicho is one of the most respected but feared leaders in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. That is because he is a no nonsense man who has been dealing fearlessly with anyone who tries to mess with him or his government. In recent days, the Interior PS has been busy planning the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga.
Kirinyaga County will play host to this year's Mashujaa day and is set to benefit from key infrastructural improvements that are part of the benefits envisioned in hosting national holidays in counties on a rotational basis. The national government has been undertaking various projects in the county in preparation for the 12th edition of the Mashujaa day celebrations on October 20.
Infrastructural upgrades for Kirinyaga County inhabitants are planned as part of the benefits envisioned for hosting national holidays in counties on a rotating basis, according to officials. The national government began several projects in the county in advance of the Mashujaa Day 12th anniversary celebrations. As well as completing Wanguru Stadium's 10,000-person capacity, street lighting has been installed across the town.
As president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to grace this year's Madaraka Day celebrations from Kisumu county, former Prime Minister is among the high profile leaders who has gone to inspect the venue. Through photos he has shared in his social media accounts, Raila Odinga is seen getting greetings from the people of Kisumu as he heads to the venue.
Today the Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) leader Raila Odinga took a moment to say hello to the people of Kisumu while inspecting preparations for the upcoming Madaraka Day Celebrations. Unexpectedly the former Prime Minister was was sandwiched with thousands of people who wanted him(Raila) to address them.
madaraka day:is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the Republic of Kenya. It commemorates the day in 1963 that Kenya attained internal self rule after being a British colony since 1920. This time it will be celebrated in Kisumu county.And Minister of Health has assured that all the Covid19 rules will be followed.
The National Celebrations Committee (NCC) has canceled plans to install screens in strategic locations for the public to watch the Madaraka Day celebration proceedings in Kisumu on Tuesday, citing an increase in Covid-19 cases in the County. Initial plans had identified three venues in the city, including the Kirembe grounds, Moi stadium, and Molem grounds, where larger screens would be mounted to allow over 28,000 residents to watch the event.
Kisumu County, County number 42 will host this year’s Madaraka Day celebrations.The National Celebrations Committee chaired by Interior PS Karanja Kibicho today visited Jomo Kenyatta Sports Ground, the venue of the event where renovations are underway. Madaraka Day has always been a distinctively local tradition.