06-02-2020 by redazione
"To give all Kenyans a chance to join in the celebrations and the memory of former Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi, Tuesday, February 11 was declared a national holiday.
This is the statement made in the morning by the Head of Public Services of the Kenyan Government Joseph Kinyua.
The memorial day in honor of the second Kenyan Head of State, who died on February 4 last February at the age of 95, will be held at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi on Tuesday morning in the presence of the highest national offices and the State funeral will be celebrated by the Africa Inland Church (AIC). Traffic in the capital may be diverted and blocked for the parade that will move to the stadium.
On Saturday and Sunday, Moi's body will be displayed in Parliament and President Uhuru Kenyatta will inaugurate the public procession of those who wish to pay their last respects to the missing statesman.
Daniel Arap Moi will be buried on Wednesday 12 February in his hometown of Kabarak.
Kinyua announced that the day of celebration should be read not only to celebrate the former President but also to invite all Kenyan citizens to a deep reflection on national unity and peace in the nation.
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