Forget Attending Madaraka Day Celebration In Kisumu If You Don’t Have This, Govt Issues Strict Rules

PHOTO: Jomo Kenyatta International Stadium in Mamboleo, Kisumu under construction

Following Madaraka Day Celebration on Tuesday 1st June 2021, the government has issued strict rules for Kenyans attending the event. The day is set on annually celebration marking the day Kenya gained it’s independence from colonial British in 1st June 1963.

The government took the celebration to Jomo Kenyatta international stadium in Mamboleo, Kisumu county for this year’s celebration. The stadium is on preparedness as the ceremony set to be lead by the head of state, president Uhuru Kenyatta.

Asserting on the event, State House spokesperson Kanze Dena has highlighted Strict Rules for the attendance of the event. Dena in her statement reveals the venue of Madaraka day Celebration at new Jomo Kenyatta International stadium, Mamboleo in Kisumu.

State House spokesperson further added the regulations of the number of people attending the event as they have been highly reduced the number of admission to strictly by invitation cards.

The move has been steered by the government following the spike of covid-19 in the country. The event should strictly adhere covid-19 protocols in a bid of curbing the spread of the pandemic.

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