Due to the pandemic crisis this year’s Madaraka day will not be celebrated as usual. The celebration hosted by His excellency president Uhuru Kenyatta will be celebrated virtually through all the media houses and social media platforms.
The information has been released by Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho whi gave the following statement:
“The celebration will run from 8 am and will culminate in the live address by His Excellency, the President from State House, Nairobi,” reads the statement.
He also revealed that the celebrations will be packaged with entertainment and documentaries that will highlight the culture and development milestones of the country.
Madaraka day will be celebrated on the 1st of June and it will be the 57th National Celebration of Madaraka day.
Madaraka is a national celebration commemorate the day Kenya got independence after decades of British rule.