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Kenya Celebrates 53rd Madaraka day celebrations official led by President Uhuru Kenyatta at Afraha stadium in Nakuru.

Deputy president in the republic of Kenya.

As kenya celebrates 53rd Madaraka day, there is alot of to happen as the government remain with only one similar celebration remain before the elections. The opposition was denied the permission of holding a similar celebration at uhuru park as a church had a congregation on the same venue but the court dismissed the quarrels against the venue. The court gave a permit  to the opposition party to proceed with their rally.

The Madaraka day celebration which happened at Afraha stadium at Nakuru brings the neighbouring jubille counties close and converge with the host Nakuru governor Kinuthia Mbugua welcoming them with a lot of entertainment. Nakuru is a strategic town in Rift valley which connects major town in the region, western Kenya and Central region. The government is willing to do devolution even in the national celebrations as it may take a new course of moving to different counties.

Nakuru made a history as the first county in Kenya to host the Madaraka day celebration. The president of Kenya his excellency Uhuru Kenyatta also made the history of moving the national celebrations outside Nairobi. He is also the first president to implemnt the new constitution in kenya which was enacted and legalised in 2010 and launched by Former president Mwai Kibaki. The president has also given his effort to the independent constitutional bodies to exercise their powers as mandated by the law.

Deputy president Hon. William Ruto also support president in the national building by engaging in the activities that build the country. He said "The kenya business is very important to the national cohesion and must be decided by Kenyans themselves than being decided in a table with a cup of tea with few individuals". The deputy president was talking about the opposition about the reasons why they can not follow the constitution as they always enhance demonstrations.

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