Museveni In Kenya For Jubilee Independence Celebrations

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President Museveni who flew to Kenya directly from South Africa where he joined other world leaders yesterday for the national memorial service of former President Nelson Mandela, was this afternoon received on arrival at Kenyatta International Airport by Kenya Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Mining, Hon. Najib Balala.

Others at the airport to receive the President included Senator John K. Lunyangapuo who is MP for West Pokot; Busongora South MP, Hon. Kafuda Boaz and Hon. Babirye Veronica Kadogo who is also Vice-Chairperson on the Committee for East African Community.

President Uhuru Kenyatta will tomorrow, Thursday, lead the Nation in marking the 50th Jamhuri Day celebrations at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.

President Kenyatta will arrive at the stadium at 10:15 am and will be received by Deputy President William Ruto and the Chief of Defence Forces General Julius Karangi.


Several Heads of State are expected to grace the ceremony which marks 50 years since Kenya’s independence.

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