For the first time in 57 years, there will be no congregation to celebrate Madaraka day – By Prudence Wanza.
Consequently, Internal Security PS. Dr. Karanja Kibicho has ordered provincial administrations and county commissioners to ensure that no gathering takes place, in accordance with the health Ministry directives.
However, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s will air its speech live from State House via radio and television stations.
Kibicho said this is in line with directions on Covid-19 management instructions issued by the World Health Organization(WHO) and subsequently by CS Health Mutahi Kagwe.
The pandemic has caused a stir in the nation’s handling of national and international celebrations for the first time since independence.