Kasarani stadium prepared. PHOTO | FILE

Jubilee party has given out buses to the counties perceived to be the stronghold to ferry people to Kasarani for the inauguration. Other counties that received buses include Kilifi, Mombasa, Kakamega, and Vihiga.

The county jubilee executives will be responsible for ferrying people to and fro the ceremony which will be expected to end at 3 PM.

More than six buses were deployed at the coast to start ferrying people from today night until tomorrow morning. According to the Jubilee county officials, the buses will carry people to the ceremony and back with not be given even single cent as disturbance allowance.

Thousands of Nyeri residents will on Tuesday be ferried to the Kasarani National Stadium, Nairobi to attend Uhuru’s swearing Nyeri county through its governor Mutahi Kahiga has confirmed the planned travels after hiring several buses to assist in ease of transportation to and fro. Tuesday’s ceremony, which is scheduled to begin at 10 am, is open to members of the public who are expected to be seated by 8 am.

Gideon Mung'aro, Salim Mvurya, and Fahim Twaha were given the mandate to make sure Coast people fill the buses. Ababu Namwamba and speaker Kenneth Lusaka also expected to ferry from the Western region.

The Kasarani stadium is expected to be full of Jubilee supporters to accomplish and witness their leader be sworn in for another term.  Almost 50,000 people have been targeted by the Jubilee to be ferried to Kasani tomorrow for the inauguration.

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